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PIZZA FACTORY RESPONSE TO COVID-19

Dear Valued Customers,

It is very important to us to let you know that we are taking proactive measures to keep both our employees and guests safe. Rest assured that we are following guidelines from the CDC,WHO and public health department officials.

Our restaurant has increased its cleaning and sanitizing procedures to help prevent the spread of all germs and maintain a healthy environment for our guests and team members. We’ve instructed anyone who is feeling sick to stay home and monitor their symptoms. All team members have been educated on recommended actions to take if someone at Pizza Factory is
affected by the virus.

As more information continues to become available, we may implement additional pre-cautionary measures to protect customer and employee well-being. We will continue to communicate any changes within our restaurant.

Thank you for your understanding as we respond to this dynamic situation while keeping our focus on the health of our guests and team members.

Sincerely,
Your local Pizza Factory

PIZZA FACTORY TRYING TO PUT AN END TO BULLYING WITH BUDDY BENCH DONATION

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PIZZA FACTORY TRYING TO PUT AN END TO BULLYING WITH BUDDY BENCH DONATION
02/08/2018

Wendy Howell – Williams News

With the donation of a new Buddy Bench, Pizza Factory and Williams Elementary – Middle School are hoping to eliminate bullying by creating a “No Bully Zone,” at the school and creating a friend zone where lonely students can connect with others.

The company, which has one of its 110 franchises located in the town, used the unveiling as an opportunity to talk to the students about bullying and what they can do to combat it. “When I was growing up the bullying wasn’t recognized as much as it is now, so this is a great way to initiate a place to them a place to start,” said Derrick Wortner, Williams Pizza Factory owner.

Read the full article here.

Pictured below: Bob Riva, Maya Caldwell, Pizza Factory CEO Mary Jane Riva and Williams Pizza Factory owners Kendra and Derrick Wortner partner to provide a Buddy Bench at Williams Elementary – Middle School.

PIZZA FACTORY FRESNO AND GOLDENROD ELEMENTARY BAND TOGETHER AGAINST BULLYING

No Bully Zone

PIZZA FACTORY FRESNO AND GOLDENROD ELEMENTARY BAND TOGETHER AGAINST BULLYING
02/08/2018
Watch the video to see how Pizza Factory Fresno is working with local schools in their community to raise awareness about bullying. Their “Buddy Bench” donation to Goldenrod Elementary provides a way for students who are feeling left out to find friends and be included.

Spread the word. Bullying is not allowed!

LINCOLN ELEMENTARY UNVEILS ‘BUDDY BENCH’ AT ANTI-BULLYING ASSEMBLY

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Students at Clovis Unified’s Lincoln Elementary are smiling a bit brighter and treating each other with more kindness as they take up the national Great Kindness Challenge, a positive and uplifting program that creates a culture of kindness in schools and communities.

The assembly concluded with the unveiling of a “Buddy Bench,” where children who want to make a new friend or who need a kind word can sit and others will come to help them out. The bench was made possible by community partner, Pizza Factory.

“The bench is designed to give kids a place to go when they feel lonely, sad or when they feel ignored and they need a friend. They can go sit down on this bench and the concept is somebody can see them on the bench and they can reach out to them and they would know that they need a friend,” said Uma Patel, co-owner of Fresno’s Pizza Factory.