Industry News | November 12, 2014

MOD Pizza is Once Again "Spreading MODness"

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To continue their commitment to Spreading MODness, all MOD stores will donate $1.00 from every pizza sold during the week of November 25-30, 2014 to local charities. For the second year, food banks, meal programs, shelters, and youth programs will benefit from Spreading MODness. Each charity was chosen by the local MOD Squads, which are committed to building bridges and making a difference in the communities they serve.

“MOD exists to inspire. Not just with our pizza, but with our actions as well,” says Scott Svenson, co-founder and CEO of MOD. “When we opened the first MOD store over six years ago, we set out to put people first, celebrating our MOD Squad, our customers, and the communities we serve. In a response to our employees’ desire to connect with their communities, we try to provide as many opportunities as we can for our Squads to experience the joy and the inspiration that comes with giving back. With our growth, we expect to help twice, if not three times, the number of people as last year. Spreading MODness is all about making a positive impact and we intend to do this in a very big way.”

Spreading MODness will support over 20 charities in 7 cities, including: Treehouse, Hopelink, and Chicken Soup Brigade in Seattle; Helping Hands and Oregon Food Bank in Portland; Klein ISD Education Foundation and Houston Food Bank in Houston; St Mary’s Food Bank and United Food Bank in Phoenix;TLC Meals on Wheels in Denver; Village Family Services and Irvine Schools Foundation in the Los Angeles area; and Second Harvest Food Bank in San Jose.

To see all stores and charities, visit the MOD Pizza website. 

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