Lamborghini-Delivered Pizza App Drives Local Pizzerias

A new pizza app designed to help consumers quickly order pizza from their favorite independent pizzeria is being driven by some New Yorkers in a tricked out Lamborghini.

Called the Lamborghizza, and sporting a pizza paint job, the Big Apple app-developing students, made a pit stop at Youngstown State University Oct. 14 in Youngstown, Ohio, to promote their handy product, reports WKBN Channel 27.  Their college tour in the attention-grabbing Italian sports car and the app itself is called "Push for Pizza." Creators say the free, downloadable app, which allows you to type out and submit your pizza request in 20 seconds, is the easiest way to order your favorite slice from locally owned shops like Belleria Pizza and Wedgewood Pizza in Youngstown. “The most important thing is you pick where your pizza comes from, and so depending on how late those guys are open until, is how late you can use us to order pizza from them," says Push for Pizza co-founder Cyrus Summerlin.

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