The Pizza Pie Tower: A new eye-catching display for slices

This new innovation lets you stack your slices, save table space and show off your pizzas to perfection.




 

Counter and table space in a pizzeria are valuable commodities. Hi-Tech Metals, the inventor and manufacturer of the Pizza Butler, is proud to announce its newest innovative solution: The Pizza Pie Tower. Because Hi-Tech Metals designs items used to display and serve food products, specifically pizza, The Pizza Pie Tower was created to showcase pizzas in slice form.

The Pizza Butler was invented to allow more space at dining tables and has been used for display counters as well. This is a great solution for pizzeria operators and provides an additional use for displaying half pies. With the Pizza Pie Tower, you can now do the same for slices or other grab-and-go items, not to mention catering displays.

The Pizza Pie Tower allows you to save space on your counter for other items, and its unique lifted structure and sleek appearance create a modern-looking presentation that your customers and guests won’t soon forget. Your pies will really grab attention in this popping, three-dimensional display that fits five, six or even seven pies in a space that normally allows only two. The Pizza Pie Tower’s sturdy construction supports full pizza pies in tower formations, and Hi-Tech Metals can even personalize your Pizza Pie Tower trays with engraved logos to help you better brand your restaurant.

Pizza Pie Towers come in convenient sizes, including both large and small stands, and fit standard-diameter pies. They can also be used to display other moneymaking items from your menu, such as cannoli, cakes, pies or anything else that will catch the eye and encourage impulse purchases. Custom sizes are also available. 

All work by Hi-Tech Metals is done in the company’s 65,000-square-foot factory using the latest state-of-the-art machinery right here in the United States! Hi-Tech Metals offers a wide range and variety of services, from designing and engineering assistance to final assembly solutions for your custom needs.

Contact Hi-Tech Metals directly for additional information or to learn about or order custom sizes at 718-894-1212, ext. 218 or 917-559-6751. 

You can also visit thepizzapietower.com to learn more about this one-of-a-kind display technology.

 

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