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Pizza Fusion Earth Week Giveaways

Pizza Fusion, born as a single restaurant operation in Deerfield, is now aggressively franchised. On March 31, the company announced a series of Pizza Fusion restaurants opening across Saudi Arabia. Its motto is "Saving the Earth one pizza at a time" and all  deliveries are made using company-owned hybrid vehicles. The menu is 75% organic and they have vegan and gluten-free offerings. All employees who work more than 20 hours a week get health insurance. Basically they are a do-gooder pizza joint. Check out these deals they're offering for what they're calling Earth Week (April 18 - 22nd).

  • Saturday, April 18 - Go Organic Kids Day - The first 100 kids who pledge to "Go Organic," for Earth Day will get a free kids pizza and "honest kids beverage." You can also enter to win a mountain bike.
  • Sunday, April 19 - Organic Family Day - "Family-size offer all day." Enter to win a green home makeover.
  • Monday, April 20 - Drive your hybrid, ride your bike, or take public transportation and get a free personal cheese pizza and "Honest Tea Beverage." Enter to win an adult bicycle.
  • Tuesday, April 21 - Organic Grapes Make Great Wine - Wine promotions all day - Enter to win a trip to California winery.
  • Wednesday, April 22 - Earth Day - Buy any large specialty pizza and the restaurant will plant a tree in your name, free reusable tote bag, $1 honest beverages.

You can visit their one Dade County location here:
North Miami Beach, FL
14815 Biscayne Boulevard
North Miami Beach, FL 33181
Phone: 305-405-6700

Earth Week is sponsored by Honest, Earthbound Farms, Jamis Bicycles, Fusion Xtreme Team, and Green America.

Visit http://www.pizzafusion.com for more info and locations in Broward and Palm Beach.

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