SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio - We all know the infamous phrase "Pizza, Pizza" belongs to Little Caesars. In South Euclid, the pizza shop returns Dec. 27 with a grand opening and free crazy bread.
At Cedar Center North Shopping Plaza, the historic shopping district in South Euclid, the first 500 guests arriving between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Thursday will be treated to Little Caesars’ famous crazy bread -- for free.
You can enjoy the holiday spirit with "presents" for patrons including coupons and frequent diner cards.
Little Caesars owner Michael Obi, a strong community supporter and entrepreneur, said 30 new jobs will be created at the new pizza joint. And he promises lots of weekly specials.
“I believe strong communities are supported by a strong education system. The opportunities of education allow for the start and cultivation of small businesses throughout our region,” Obi said.
Spectrum Global Equity and Little Caesars plan monthly teacher and student of the month awards. Additionally, Spectrum supports their employees who graduate from high school with money for college books and plans to offer a competition for college scholarships for their employees.
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