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Free Freschetta Pizza!

Freschetta is some pretty dang good stuff to have stashed in your freezer... at 1 am.... when your teenagers are complaining of hunger.... and then you get to steal a piece or two!  Bonus!


There is just no comparison between Freschetta and  those shriveled up little things they pass off as pizza in the freezer aisle.  We're talkin' real dough, real cheese and real toppings.

Have you tried Freschetta's new Pizza by the Slice?  What a great idea and if a gourmet frozen pizza you can cook yourself wasn't convenient enough, hello Pizza by the Slice!  Next month for one day only Freschetta will be giving away (yes, literally giving away) free Pizza by the Slice in increments of 5,000 every half hour at a special online event.  Yummy!


Here is a little info straight from Freschetta:

On Thursday July 28th, 2011 the website www.FreeFreschetta.com will be available for people to sign up for a reminder email and view a preview of the events to come with host Mike Rylander. On August 4th the reminder email will be sent to those that signed up, and the event will be live at 11 AM on this day for all to sign up! This event is a great way to try out FRESCHETTA® By The Slice and get to do so for FREE! On the day of the event there will also be fun, interactive contests where additional coupons will be awarded.

So mark your calendars and get your taste buds ready.  We'll be sure to give you a reminder too, just in case you forget.  Which we know you won't.  How could you forget free food.









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