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#givingback: Free pizza by City Pizza Italian Cuisine

During hard times, people need community, family & friends. This is the commitment City Pizza Italian Cuisine in West Palm Beach stepped up to this past Saturday.

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The coronavirus outbreak has upended the lives of most people in the world and caused governments to be unable to cope with the pandemic right where it is most needed. But in turn, businesses large and small have stepped up doing things for their communities in these difficult times. 

Some good news: Many brands are donating products, services, and money to organizations that support people who are affected and in need. Others are simply giving back the best way they can do. City Pizza Italian Cuisine in West Palm Beach is one of those.

The restaurant, located on Rosemary Square, the city’s main hub for entertainment, threw a free pizza drive this Saturday and for an hour—from noon to 1 pm—anyone driving (passing) by the restaurant’s location took home with them a free large pizza.

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During hard times, people need community, family & friends.

“Our family wanted to thank and help the local community that has supported us for almost 20 years,” said Fran Sen, owner, and general manager at City Pizza. “So, giving away free large cheese pizzas to those in our community who’ve been affected during this difficult time, is the least we could do.”

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Yes, we’re living in our new normal due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the outbreak has also created new opportunities to be involved in the community and give back.

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#givingback: Free pizza by City Pizza Italian Cuisine

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