Pizza shop starts city-wide pizza party after receiving anonymous pizza donations

By , 100.3 Jack FM

There aren’t many things that can put a smile on people’s face quite like a pizza party.

That’s why when a pizzeria in Ohio started receiving anonymous orders set to be delivered to local businesses, they decided to join in on the generosity.

The pizza shop started a city wide pizza party, matching the donations and sending out a total of 144 pizzas free of charge, reports Fox News.

It all began when Pizza Bandit in Dayton, Ohio received an anonymous order from an individual for another local business. Once 47 more anonymous orders for businesses came in, the pizza shop decided to hop on board and donate pizzas themselves.

Since announcing their deal, a total of 72 pizzas have been anonymously ordered.

On some boxes, the pizzeria wrote “Someone on the internet bought you lovely humans a pizza."

Due to the success, the pizzeria is now thinking about setting up a designated pizza donating day in the future.

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