AMERICAN PIZZA COMMUNITY CELEBRATES NATIONAL PIZZA MONTH
Despite pizza making its American debut more than 100 years ago, it wasn’t until 1987 when the food received an official Congressional recognition and declared October as “National Pizza Month.” Members of the American Pizza Community point to the customizable nature of the product and its variety of offerings as reasons why pizza is beloved by so many. Click here for more information about National Pizza Month and consider a few pizza industry fast facts:
There are approximately 70,000 pizzerias in the U.S.
There are 3 billion pizzas sold in the U.S. each year.
There are 34 million ways you can order a pizza.
The most popular days for ordering pizza are Super Bowl Sunday, Halloween, the day before Thanksgiving, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
Please visit our Pizza Fly In Archives for information on the recent event in June 2014, and past efforts in 2013 & 2012
THE AMERICAN PIZZA COMMUNITY CELEBRATES NATIONAL PIZZA PARTY DAY WITH DELIVERIES TO LOCAL CHARITIES
May 15, 2015
AMERICAN PIZZA COMMUNITY CELEBRATES ENTREPRENEURS DURING NATIONAL SMALL BUSINESS WEEK
May 1, 2015
HOUSE REPUBLICAN CHAIR CATHY MCMORRIS RODGERS: EMPOWERING SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS BY REINING IN FDA REGULATIONS
April 28. 2015
THE AMERICAN PIZZA COMMUNITY CELEBRATES NATIONAL PIZZA MONTH with CHARITABLE GIVING
October 1, 2014
THE AMERICAN PIZZA COMMUNITY CELEBRATES NATIONAL CHEESE PIZZA DAY WITH DELIVERIES TO CHILDREN’S HOSPITALS
September 5, 2014
THE AMERICAN PIZZA COMMUNITY DELIVERED A FRESH SLICE OF SMALL BUSINESS PRIORITIES TO CAPITOL HILL
June 26, 2014
American Pizza Community Salutes Local Pizzerias in Support of National Small Business Week
May 13, 2014
American Pizza Community Welcomes Two New Members to Coalition
February 11, 2014
Inside the Powerful Lobby Fighting for Your Right to Eat Pizza
March 3, 2015
Please visit our News Archives for past articles of interest