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Pizzeria introduces Two-Pound Sausage Crust for Election Pizza

Athens, Ohio (September 12, 2012)

Avalanche Pizza wants everyone to vote for their new creation. Starting Thursday, September 13, order either the “Meat Romney” or the “Barack ObaMeat.” The pizzas are identical: The crust is made with two pounds of locally raised Italian sausage and topped with marinara, mozzarella, provolone and natural casing pepperoni. Avalanche will tally up the votes for both candidates on October 25th.

John Gutekanst, owner of Avalanche stated, “These are strange times we’re living in and I think it’s time to take a deep breath, smile, get everyone together and try to eat two pounds of pork on a pizza!” John said he originally got the idea because of his decision to use fresh local pork from King Family Farms in Albany. “This pork is the bomb,” John said. “It’s local, free from GMO’s, chemical additives and raised humanely. But best of all, I can form it in any shape I want, it’s gluten-free, wheat-free, low-carb and we’ll even put vegan cheese on it.”

In an edgy advertising campaign, John said he has used some great quotes from both candidates that would be perfect for this pizza. “Mr. Romney used the term ‘Kick in the Gut,’ and I found a quote of President Obama saying, ‘Can’t I just eat my waffle?’” Gutekanst has invited both presidential candidates to come and try this pizza.

Avalanche Pizza is located in Athens, Ohio, a college town home to Ohio University. John said sales of this type of pizza skyrocket between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. when the bars close.

Avalanche will donate $5 of each pizza sold to United Appeal of Athens County which funds twelve local agencies. United Appeal also funds and operates the important 211 information hotline.

Avalanche Pizza is located in Athens, Ohio and has been in business for 13 years. Avalanche Pizza has won Best Pizza in the U.S.A. and ten national and international awards for pizza excellence.

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Contact Information:
John Gutekanst
Avalanche Pizza
John@avalanchepizza.NET
(740) 590-0548

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Avalanche Pizza is offering a Slice of Hope

On October 7th, We will donate 10 percent of our sales on Friday, Oct. 7th to the Karen Mullen Breast Cancer Foundation, a national charity based in Seattle.

Slice of Hope, a pizza industry charitable initiative, has banded together pizzerias from across the nation in an effort to fight this invasive disease, which will impact hundreds of thousands of women and men.. In fact, more than 190,000 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed this year. And, sadly, approximately 40,000 women will die from the disease this year. That’s approximately 110 breast cancer deaths daily, and we think that’s simply too many.

It’s hard to find someone who hasn’t been affected by breast cancer in some way or another. Our company wants to do something to help end this disease. That’s why we’ve joined Slice of Hope and will be donating 10 percent of our sales on Friday, Oct. 7. So please come down to Avalanche that night to show your support of this cause.”

The Karen Mullen Breast Cancer Foundation, which has committed to giving 100 percent of the Slice of Hope proceeds to a handful of the nation’s leading breast cancer research labs.

For more info, go to www.pizzatoday.com or www.endthisdisease.org or www.avalanchepizza.net.

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Press Release:

Local Pizzeria to Raise Funds for Breast Cancer Research

Athens, Ohio, September 20, 2011 — A local pizzeria is offering breast cancer patients across the country a Slice of Hope next month. Avalanche Pizza is helping to raise critical funding for breast cancer research by donating 10 percent of its sales on Friday, Oct. 7 to the Karen Mullen Breast Cancer Foundation, a national charity based in Seattle.

October 7th has been designated as a National Pizza Party Day by Slice of Hope, a pizza industry charitable initiative. Slice of Hope has banded together pizzerias from across the nation in an effort to fight this invasive disease, which will impact hundreds of thousands of women and men this year. In fact, more than 190,000 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed this year. And, sadly, approximately 40,000 women will die from the disease this year. That’s approximately 110 breast cancer deaths daily, and Avalanche Pizza says that’s simply too many.

“There isn’t a person in this country who hasn’t felt the effects of breast cancer in some way,” John Gutekanst, owner of Avalanche says. “Whether you’ve had the disease yourself, or a family member or friend has had it, it’s safe to say you’ve been impacted by breast cancer. Our company wants to do something to help end this disease. That’s why we’ve joined Slice of Hope and will be donating 10 percent of our sales on Friday, Oct. 7. So please come down to Avalanche that night to show your support of this cause.”

Slice of Hope is spearheaded by Pizza Today magazine editor Jeremy White. White, Pizza Today publisher Pete Lachapelle and a small team of cyclists will bike from Portland, Ore. to Seattle, Wash., Oct. 4-7 to raise awareness for Slice of Hope’s fight against breast cancer. On Oct. 7, pizzerias across the nation — including Avalanche Pizza — will donate funds to the Karen Mullen Breast Cancer Foundation, which has committed to giving 100 percent of the Slice of Hope proceeds to a handful of the nation’s leading breast cancer research labs.

Avalanche Pizza is located at 329 East State in Athens. Avalanche Pizza is located at 329 East State in Athens. For more information, visit www.avalanchepizza.net.

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John Gutekanst, owner of Avalanche Pizza, displays gourmet bread in his shop in Athens, Ohio. He sold bread for charity on Thanksgiving. Baker isn’t one to loaf. Athens pizzeria known as much for owner’s heart as for his food -By Bill Chronister THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH