Industry News | December 7, 2015

Piada Fundraises for FC Dallas Foundation

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Piada Italian Street Food has partnered with FC Dallas this December to raise money for the FC Dallas Foundation, supporting their mission to promote healthy and active children. Piada will donate $1 from every sale of their namesake item, the Piada, to the FC Dallas Foundation, with funds allocated towards the purchase of equipment and uniforms for the new youth soccer field at the Salvation Army of Plano.

Through December 31, diners can dine for a good cause and enjoy the Italian food cart favorite, the Piada. The wrap is made with a thin crust, handmade dough, which is baked on a stone grill filled with an option of meats, cheeses and/or vegetables. The family-friendly menu and environment provides each customer the ability to customize their meal and watch it be created throughout the entire process. With all natural, fresh ingredients, Piada is able to create healthy, delicious food that does not lack in flavor.

The FC Dallas Foundation strives to positively impact the health and wellbeing of disadvantaged youth through the sport of soccer. One of the foundation’s main initiatives is the development of well-lit turf soccer fields in areas in need of safe playing environments that facilitate an active lifestyle. By providing services such as free soccer instruction as well as opportunities to experience professional soccer matches at Toyota Stadium, and scholarship funds, the FC Dallas Foundation is committed to supporting the character building of disadvantaged youth.

Piada is open daily from 10:45 a.m. to 10 p.m. and is located at 3301 Preston Road, Frisco, Texas. No reservations are required to participate in this fundraiser.

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