Flying Pie alumni toss stories at 30-year reunion

According to a news report from idahostatesman.com, “Darrin and Alyne Branson met, married and began raising their children behind the counter of the Flying Pie.”

“I’ve learned so much,” including that her ideas were welcomed and valuable, said Alyne, who has worked for the pizza company since 1986.,” said the story. “I matured as a business person,” said Darrin, who joined the business in the early 1990s. “I learned about understanding and reading people.” The couple said they live by a Flying Pie philosophy that you don’t complain, you create solutions. “That’s the foundation of what we do,” said Darrin, now a pharmaceutical representative. “It’s the foundation of our marriage,” said Alyne, who supplies Flying Pie with written materials from the couple’s home in Rathdrum in Northern Idaho. The Bransons’ story was just one of hundreds told Sunday at Boise’s Memorial Park as employees past and present celebrated Flying Pie’s 30-year anniversary with a reunion hosted by owner Howard Olivier and former co-owner/founder Joe Levitch.

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