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Pizza restaurant advertises on website that targeting Catholic Hispanic market
Pizza Patron website ^
| Pizza Patron
Posted on 05/23/2012 9:43:36 AM PDT by MeneMeneTekelUpharsin
Pizza Patrón® targets predominantly catholic customer base with 'Pizzas de Cuaresma' campaign.
Pizza Patrón returns to Pizza por Pesos® roots in 2012 - Restaurant accepts pesos for pizza.
Free pizza if you order in Spanish on June 5.
TOPICS: Business/Economy; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: catholic; pizza; pizzapatrn; pizzapatron
Interesting, to say the least.
The character in their sign looks remarkably like Charlton Heston in "A Touch of Evil".
posted on 05/23/2012 9:58:19 AM PDT
by Dr. Sivana
(There is no salvation in politics.)
They’ve been doing this for years and years. The pizza isn’t bad, but they cut it into little squares, which I personally don’t get.
posted on 05/23/2012 10:00:36 AM PDT
...but they cut it into little squares, which I personally dont get.
Easier to eat in hand. Those big triangles of round pizza flop all over the place, and you have to fold it over to eat it without getting hit by food shrapnel. Also, if you're feeding children, little squares make it easier for little hands to hold, and less is wasted, because they're eating smaller pieces, so they don't take a few bites of a big piece and leave the rest. Bigger folks can just eat more little pieces. ;o)
posted on 05/23/2012 10:20:33 AM PDT
Their timing is off. “Lent Pizzas”? Lent ended the day before Easter.
I shall open my own chain of pizza joints.
Pizzameister - order in German and you get a free pepperoni pie.
Maison de Pizza - Order in French...
posted on 05/23/2012 12:11:26 PM PDT
by Army Air Corps
(Four Fried Chickens and a Coke)
To: Dr. Sivana
posted on 05/23/2012 6:28:35 PM PDT
(Freedom is the freedom to discipline yourself so others don't have to do it for you.)
Makes good sense. To me though, a piece of pizza without crust is wrong on many levels.
posted on 05/25/2012 7:01:01 AM PDT
There's a place here that sells what they call "Sicilian Pizza", and it's baked in a half-sheet pan; 15x22 or so. It's nice thick bottom crust, and the way it's made, there are no real 'edges' to it. The toppings go right up to the edge of the pan.
It looks unusual, the first time you see all those squares of pizza but it's pretty tasty!
posted on 05/28/2012 11:43:39 PM PDT
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