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Pizza Hut Wants To Dry Clean Your Pants For FREE

WingStreet will sell roughly 68 million wings during the March Madness tournament, and in doing so, will likely lead to thousands, if not millions, of people staining their pants with some sort of wing sauce or dip. Pizza Hut and WingStreet know this, and they’re ready for it.

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To help promote their wings during the famed college basketball tournament this month, WingStreet has promised that there are “no pants required” when eating their wings.

The enormous pizza chain intends to fulfill this promise by teaming up with Martinizing Delivers and 1-800-DRYCLEAN to offer select customers in select markets free dry cleaning for a pair of pants when they order from WingStreet. This deal will only be available on Thursday, March 17th, the first day of the tournament.

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“We know fans are devoted to watching every second of every game during the first day of the men’s college basketball tournament. We don’t want them to miss any of the action by having to leave the house for wings,” said Jared Drinkwater, Vice President of Marketing, Pizza Hut. “That’s why we’re serving up wing joint quality wings delivered right to your front door. Oh, and what other wing joint will clean your pants while you watch hoops? We think it’s a first.”

Please just make sure you’re wearing another pair of pants when you answer the door, the delivery driver doesn’t need that in his life.



Photo Credit: Pizza Hut, Bring The Wing 

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Pizza Hut Will Give You 3.14 Years Of Free Pizza If You Can Solve These Riddles

Pi day, a day made up by the advertising and marketing pioneers of the world, is basically a day dedicated to thinking up ways to commercialize absolutely nothing. This challenge clearly was a walk in the park for Pizza Hut.

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Today and today only (March 14th, also known as “3.14”) Pizza Hut will be giving away $1,600 worth of Pizza Hut gift cards, or 3.14 years worth of free pizza, to every nerd and nerdette out there that has what it takes to solve a few math problems, all created and introduced by famed and prized mathematician John H. Conway. The questions and rules can be found here.

Don’t be lulled into a false sense of assurance, however, because I’ve seen one of the questions, and it may as well have been in a different language. Still, only crazy people would say no to an opportunity to win free pizza.



Photo Credit: Delish, Pizza Hut