Individually Written Press Release

Robert O’Brien

Publicist

773-351-9955

Rollie’s Pizza

15 N 6TH St Terre Haute, IN

Rolliespizza.com

 

For Immediate Release

Terre Haute, Indiana, In a matter of weeks, Rollie’s Pizza will be having its grand opening at its new location, 15 N 6th St. The store will have deal-breaking sales to influence a myriad of customers into their store.

Rollie’s Pizza will offer samples of their great-tasting pizza to get people excited about the upcoming grand opening of their new location. At the sampling event, people will receive a coupon for their future purchase at Rollie’s. In addition, students always receive a 10% discount for any purchase. On 11/19/14 Rollies pizza will over a sampling located at the HMSU Commons.

The first Rollie’s Pizza store opened in 2009 in Terre Haute, Indiana State by owners Eric and Cindi Hetlinger. Rollie’s Pizza was originally located 6710 Wabash Avenue. The business is named after Eric and Cindi’s only son, Rowland, whose nickname is Rollie. The business has an aviation theme because that is a strong interest in the family. Eric is a pilot and former Senior Master Sergeant with the Indiana Air National Guard.

Rollie’s Pizza offers good quality food for a decent price. Rollies menu offers all 100% natural ingredients. They also provide healthier options with multigrain crust and are currently working on gluten-free pizzas. Owner Cindi Hettlinger “We take pride in offering great food for a reasonable price”

Follow Rollies Pizza on social media for updates!

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