(Press Release) LANHAM, (September 18, 2012) – Daniel Foster(one of Vocelli Pizza’s youngest franchise partners at 26 years of age) of the Lanham, MD Vocelli Pizza continue their efforts to support their neighbors and the communities they live and work in by partnering with the Convoy of Hope. On Saturday, September 22nd Daniel and volunteers from their Lanham, MD Vocelli Pizza location will deliver over $3,500 of their award winning pizzas to help feed attendees at the free Convoy of Hope event being held at the Cora Kelly Recreation Center, Alexandria. Gates open at 10am – Rain or Shine and all are welcome. Daniel Foster says, “We all have a responsibility to honor, help, and give hope to those in need and I can’t think of a better place to do this than in your own neighborhood.” More information about the free event and Convoy of Hope can be found at www.convoyofhope.com.
The Vocelli Pizza brand builds on a commitment to quality ingredients and menu offerings, a staple of the brand since 1988. Their award-winning pizza starts with quality dough, mixed with extra virgin olive oil and hand-tossed for each order. The pizzas are topped with private-labeled sauce and are smothered with Wisconsin mozzarella cheese. Each pie is finished with only market-fresh toppings – from roasted red peppers, to the little, Italian-style pepperoni that cup-and-curl on each pizza.
In addition to the classic pepperoni pie, Vocelli’s menu headlines gourmet pizza, gourmet subs, salads, strombolis, appetizers and even Italian desserts like cannolis. The pies include fun Italian gourmet names like Meat Magnifico and Garlic Spinaci to name a few. Vocelli Pizza’s franchise support center is based in Pittsburgh, PA and operates over 100 east coast locations offering pizza and other Italian foods for carry-out and delivery. The company has realized franchise growth from their 24 years of proven success, award-winning Italian menu and low cost start-up options. Vocelli Pizza awards franchises and development packages to qualified franchise partners looking to build their own “neighborhood” pizza shop.