The Class of 2020 is missing out on graduation and while a pizza doesn't quite make up for that, it's still free food.
Pizza Hut has teamed up with America’s dairy farmers to give away 500,000 pizzas to graduating high school seniors and their families, as a way to give “some much-needed joy” amid the ongoing coronavirus health crisis, reports Fox News.
“Our brand has a long history of celebrating moments that matter – like graduations – and Pizza Hut takes pride in being a part of our customers’ big days,” said George Felix, the chief marketing officer of Pizza Hut, in a statement. “So, it’s only natural that we’d be there for students and their families to help celebrate the accomplishments of the graduating class of 2020.”
To take advantage of the promotion, this year's grads can visit the chain's "Grad Party" site and sign into their Pizza Hut Rewards account. Pizza Hut clarifies that graduates can sign up and enter to get their free coupon at the same time.
Eligible grads will be granted a digital coupon for a free medium 1-topping pizza of their choosing, while supplies last. Delivery fees and taxes will not be covered by the coupon.
Graduates will have until May 28 to obtain their coupons, and until June 4 to redeem them.
The promotion is sponsored by the Dairy Management Inc. trade association.
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