Flippin’ Pizza Announces Plans to Expand; Reveals San Diego’s Winner of Free Pizza for a Year



Flippin’ Pizza Unveils a New Store on Wheels that will Make Its New York-Style Slices Available to More San Diego ‘Peeps and Tweeps’
 
San Diego, CA, July 11, 2010  (RestaurantNewsRelease.com)  Flippin’ Pizza, the neighborhood pizzeria offering New York Pies & Slices in Carlsbad, Encinitas, La Costa and Vista, has debuted a Flippin’ Pizza truck that will expand its reach throughout San Diego County. The park-and-serve truck will allow the neighborhood pizzeria to serve thousands more San Diegans as a store on wheels in business parks and residential communities, as well as on-location catering vehicle for parties and community events. San Diegans will be able to “Track the Truck” online via Google Maps, Twitter and Facebook, furthering the brand’s social media platform.

“The Flippin’ Pizza Truck allows us to serve the entire community of San Diego, rather than just the areas where our restaurants are located,” said Patrick Farley, owner of Flippin’ Pizza. “In addition, we will be able to get more involved in the community through events and fundraisers throughout the county.”

Last Thursday, July 1, 2010, Flippin’ Pizza played host to a community celebration that unveiled this newest addition to the brand, featuring cutting-edge graphics and promoting the brand’s pizzas with no added sugars, oils or high fructose corn syrup. The community event brought many San Diegans together in celebration of Flippin’ Pizza’s latest growth platform. Prior to the presentation, Flippin’ Pizza revealed the winner of its June Pizza Perks contest for Free Pizza for a Year. Throughout the month of June, San Diegans racked up points by catching the “Word of the Day” online and in stores. Warren Osher of Encinitas was the lucky winner of the “Frequent Flipper” competition, which entitles him to free pizza for a year and tickets to the Museum of Making Music. Carpeteria and the Museum of Making Music teamed up with Flippin’ Pizza on the contest to reward points for stopping in their respective locations. The competition brought additional business to local companies in North County and also got participants involved through the use of social media.

For more information about Flippin’ Pizza and its menu offerings, visit a local North County store in Carlsbad, La Costa, Encinitas or Vista, or check the pizzeria out online at http://www.FlippinPizza.com, http://www.facebook.com/FlippinPizza and http://twitter.com/FlippinPizzaCA.

About Flippin’ Pizza and Knockout Pizzeria

Knockout Pizzeria’s unique pizza recipe originated in Sicily over 30 years ago. The craze over this pizza in New York made it apparent that the West Coast was missing out and thus, Knockout Pizzeria of Carlsbad was born. Flippin’ Pizza was launched in 2007 as Patrick Farley, owner of the original Knockout Pizzeria of Carlsbad, expanded his concept to more pizzerias in North San Diego County. It is the mission of Knockout Pizzeria and Flippin’ Pizza to be the neighborhood pizzerias that provide a true slice of New York to every customer who walks through their doors. For more information about Knockout Pizzeria of Carlsbad and Flippin’ Pizza of La Costa, Vista and Encinitas, visit http://www.FlippinPizza.com.