A new hometown Pizza Hut has officially opened at 1100 W High Street, Orrville. A private ribbon cutting ceremony coordinated by the Orrville Area Chamber of Commerce was held on August 20.
Pizza Hut General Manager, Christie Farney had the honor of cutting the ribbon with the big red handled scissors. She was assisted by Mayor Dave Handwerk and Chamber President, Lori Reinbolt. Carol Klinger, Vice President Development, Carol Magazzeni, Director Marketing & Public Relations and Brent Miller, District Manager, represented Hallrich, Inc, franchise management team at the event.
“We are excited to have brought a new hometown Pizza Hut to Orrville,” remarked Magazzeni. “Our team brings contactless service training and knowledge to their new Hut to keep our customers and themselves safe.”
“Pizza Hut has served the Orrville community for 30 years,” remarked Miller. Miller, an Orrville High School graduate, is looking forward to getting more involved with Orrville’s business community and finding ways to give back to his hometown.
Hallrich Pizza Hut is a people-focused organization that gives back to each and every community it serves. Hallrich proudly supports the national reading program, BOOK IT!, offers fundraising programs for non-profits, as well as makes hot pizza donations to hot meal programs (having served over 20,000 slices of pizza in the last two years).
Pizza Hut is Open for Dine-In, Carryout, Call Ahead Pickup Window & Contactless Delivery. For an even more contactless experience, pre-pay and tip using your credit or debit card online at www.pizzahut.com