Pizza Salvatoré gets involved for Rimouski

The new Pizza Salvatoré restaurant, which opens its doors at 391, 2e Rue Est, Rimouski, is giving away 100 large pizzas for free to community, sports, school and cultural organizations in the city of Rimouski.

Every year, Pizza Salvatoré gives out more than 2,000 free large pizzas in a multitude of locations in Quebec.

“As in every location where we operate, we want to make a real difference in the community. That’s why we donate 100 free large pizzas to organizations in the region when a new restaurant opens. It’s also a way for us to thank the citizens and the local community to welcome us,” says Élisabeth Abbatiello, head of communications for the family business founded in 1964.

“This initiative is also a good opportunity for us to learn about the various issues in the area and to be able to get involved in the longer term. »

The family business encourages any interested organization to submit a request to commandites@pizzasalvatore.com.

About Pizza Salvatore

The company was founded in 1964 in Saint-Georges de Beauce by Mr. Salvatore Abbatiello. It is the network of pizzerias with the most restaurants in operation in the greater Quebec City region. The group currently operates 60 branches, including 3 in New Brunswick and 1 in Nova Scotia. The company has been owned by the third generation since September 2018, consisting of 3 brothers and 2 sisters.

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