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    Rapid Fired Pizza Hosting Fundraiser for Dayton Tornado Disaster Relief on June 13

  • Industry News June 10, 2019
    Rapid Fired Pizza
    Rapid Fired will be donating $1 to the Dayton Foundation Greater Dayton Disaster Relief Fund for every regular sized entree purchased.

    Dayton area-based Rapid Fired Pizza will be holding a fundraiser on Thursday, June 13 to benefit the citizens affected by tornadoes that ravaged the Greater Dayton region on Memorial Day. Rapid Fired will be donating $1 to the Dayton Foundation Greater Dayton Disaster Relief Fund for every regular sized entree purchased in all participating Dayton area stores on June 13.

    “With so many people affected by the 15 tornados that hit the region, we felt it was our duty as members of these communities to give back and help support them the way they have supported us as they begin to rebuild,” says Kelly Gray, vice president of Rapid Fired Pizza.  

    Rapid Fired Pizza opened its first store in Dayton, Ohio in 2015 and has grown 32 stores and counting.  Our Amazingly Good, Amazingly Fast pizza is made to order in front of your eyes and cooked in just 180 seconds. With 8 pizza sauces and 19 complimentary dipping sauces, Rapid Fired Pizza stands out above the rest.  9-inch or 11-inch personal pizzas in addition to 14-inch pizzas plus gluten free crusts and vegan options are available at Rapid Fired. Guests can try one of the craft pizzas or create their own masterpiece from over 35 fresh toppings.

    Watching carbs or counting calories? Try one of the four craft salads starting at under 400 calories or you create a custom salad with your choice of fresh toppings or try our one of a kind “No Doh” pizza.

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