MOD Pizza Hosts Second Annual Incredible Kid Day Contest
In honor of Incredible Kid Day on March 15, TEAM Schostak Family Restaurants and its nine MOD Pizza restaurants, are celebrating by giving a free pizza party from each of its locations to nine local students’ classrooms.
A day dedicated to recognizing the incredible efforts and characteristics of children around the world, MOD Pizza is seeking parents, guardians or friends to nominate local students who have gone above and beyond to create a ripple effect for good in the communities MOD Pizza serves. The winning students, as selected by each of the nine MOD Squads, will receive a free pizza party for his/her entire classroom. Students in kindergarten through fifth grade who attend a school located in Livonia, Northville, Rochester Hills, Woodhaven, Brighton, Canton, Chesterfield and Shelby Township are eligible to be entered to win the pizza giveaway. Those interested in nominating a student simply need to fill out the form, complete with the nominator’s name, the student’s name and age, the nominee’s school, contact information, and 200 words or less explaining why the student should be selected as a MOD Pizza Incredible Kid. Nominators can access the form below.
At MOD Pizza, we are continuously looking for ways to give back to our communities, create a ripple effect of good, and recognize those that help to make a positive impact in the communities we serve—and our Incredible Kid contest does just that. We received so many inspiring nominations and positive responses to this contest last year and we look forward to recognizing more incredible kids this year.
Nominations will be accepted now through Monday, March 30. The grand prize pizza party winners will be selected and notified by Friday, April 6. Each student in the winning classroom will also receive a coupon for a free MOD sized pizza.
MOD Pizza uses fresh-pressed dough and signature sauces, including MOD red sauce and MOD white sauce. Guests can create their own pizzas and salads, using any combination of 30 featured toppings, or they can choose from a menu of MOD classics. Each pizza is hand-cooked in an 800-degree oven in just minutes, and salads are hand-tossed in front of the customer. MOD Pizza also serves local draft beers, wine, handspun milkshakes and house-made lemonades and iced teas.
In late 2014, TSFR announced its plans to launch 25 MOD Pizza locations in Michigan over the next five years. Since then, TSFR has opened its first nine MOD Pizza locations Livonia, Northville, Rochester Hills, Woodhaven, Brighton, Canton and Chesterfield, and two in Shelby Township. Additional locations are underway in Troy and Shelby Township. For more information on TSFR and its MOD Pizza locations, visit www.teamschostak.com.