Patch Staff Report
Howie’s Pizza is continuing its growth in the state of Georgia
with the opening of a new restaurant in Smyrna at at 400 Village
In celebration of Thursday's scheduled opening, Hungry Howie’s Pizza has made a $500 donation to Hosea Feed the Hungry, an organization whose mission is to increase public awareness of the struggles families and individuals face while living in poverty. Additionally, they will be offering one customer free pizza for a year.
This will be Hungry Howie’s Pizza franchisee Preston Starr’s second restaurant, with his first located in Douglasville.
“I am proud to be opening my second Hungry Howie’s Pizza location in Smyrna,” said Starr in a news release. “Giving back to the communities we are in is essential, and I am very proud to make a donation to an organization that is as impactful and important as Hosea Feed the Hungry. We look forward to bringing excellent pizza to our new fans in Smyrna!”
According to the release, the pizza chain is known for being the originator of the flavored crust pizza. Hungry Howie’s Pizza offers eight delicious flavors including: butter, butter cheese, cajun, garlic herb, onion, ranch, sesame and asiago cheese.
Hungry Howie’s Pizza in Smyrna will open Sunday through Thursday,
11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
To reach Hungry
Howie’s Pizza, call 678-309-1112.