ISRO employees get a Cheesy surprise from Pizza Hut
Pizza Hut, leading QSR chain, celebrated the success of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), for creating history by launching 104 satellites in one go. To show their appreciation, Pizza Hut invited ISRO employees across the country to walk into select Pizza hut stores and treated them to a Pan Pizza. Free pizzas worth Rs.6 Lakhs were offered to over 2,000 ISRO employees, in celebration of ISRO’s success.
“It’s a moment of great pride for us as ISRO created history and this initiative is a small token of our appreciation to put cheerful smiles on the faces who made the nation proud by achieving such an amazing feat.” said Unnat Varma, Managing Director Pizza Hut Indian Subcontinent.
This is not the first time that Pizza Hut has undertaken such an initiative. The food chain has extended similar gestures of giving free pizzas to bankers working tirelessly on weekends during the initial phase of demonetization in November 2016. Pizza Hut also served the customers standing in long queues. Not to forget, Pizza Hut celebrated India’s win at Rio by giving free pizzas to namesakes of Rio achievers – Sindhu and Sakshi.
About Pizza Hut:
Pizza Hut, the world’s leading affordable casual dining and delivery restaurant brand, has been present in India for 20 years. It made its foray into India with a restaurant in Bangalore in June 1996 and was the first international restaurant chain to pioneer this category. The restaurant brand offers an exciting menu consisting of its signature pizzas, appetizers, pastas, desserts and beverages. Its trademark dining experience has been recognized by Brand Equity to make it the ‘Most Trusted Food Service Brand’ for 11 years in a row. Pizza Hut was recently awarded with “Food Service Retailer Of The Year 2016” by Franchise India. With over 70,000 footfalls per day across all its restaurants, Pizza Hut is the perfect place to celebrate any occasion in life, small or big. Pizza Hut with presence in over 100 countries is one of the flagship brands of Yum! Brands Inc. which also has KFC and Taco Bell under its umbrella.