Free Slice Of Pizza For “A” Students At Antonino’s
Tuesday June 28th, 2016
Posted at 10:00am
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Antonino’s Pizza is back with their annual Pays For A’s program.
Students who’ve achieved at least one A grade on their report card will receive a free slice of their pizza. On Wednesday, June 29th and held-over Thursday June 30th, eligible students can bring in their June 2016 report card, depicting at least one “A” grade or equivalent, and will receive a free big slice.
According to Antonino’s owner, Joe Ciaravino, “Last year we gave away over 600 free big slices. This year, with the recent opening of our third location in LaSalle, should be the biggest year yet for our annual Antonino’s Pay’s for A’s event.”
A special Pay’s for A’s day will be held for high school, college and university students on Monday July 25th.
Ciaravino sums up his reasons for this promotion: “My parents grew up poor farmers in Sicily. They didn’t get to go to school much past the early primary grades, so they pushed me to get a good education and strive for good grades. This is our way of paying them back and honouring their memory by rewarding academic achievement.”
This offer is valid at Antonino’s Original Pizza’s LaSalle, South Windsor and Tecumseh locations and is limited to one free slice per student.