Pizzeria's sales raise $9,000 for student hit by bus

According to an article from Philly.com, “A Bucks County pizza shop sold between 800 and 1,000 pizzas in its marathon sale Wednesday to raise money for Ashley Zauflik, the Pennsbury High School junior critically injured when a school bus rolled over her this month.”

The pizzeria owner stated in the article, “We went through the dough so fast, it was hard to keep track of how many pizzas we made,” said Suzanne Matarese, who owns Original’s Pizza in Morrisville with her husband, Sal. They also went through more than 39 dozen rolls for sandwiches.”
The report said, “They had planned to donate half the proceeds to a fund for the family, but that night, as they counted up the $12,000 in sales, they increased the portion to 75 percent. That $9,000, plus $2,500 that customers stuffed into a donation jar on the counter, will be presented to the Zaufliks next week.”

In the report, Matarese said, “The community was so wonderful. Some people waited two hours for their order, and there are more donations coming in. We got a call from a Pennsbury graduate who lives in Dallas, Texas. He asked us to charge $25 on his credit card to be added to the fund.”

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