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HomeMade Gives Away 250 Pizzas; Store Opens Thursday

by Borderstan.com — January 19, 2010 at 11:12 pm 1 Comment

Eric Fosse of HomeMade Pizza at the company’s new Logan Circle location. (Luis Gomez Photos)

People waited in line for free pizzas tonight at 14th and Church Streets NW. (Luis Gomez Photos)

Several hundred Loganites lined up tonight for free pizzas at the HomeMade Pizza store at 14th and Church NW. It was the first of two nights of a soft opening for the chain store. The official or “hard” opening is Thursday afternoon.

According to Eric Fosse, founder and CEO, HomeMade Pizza gave away about 250 medium-sized pizzas tonight.

“Word of mouth is the best advertisement,” Fosse said. The store will be giving out free pizzas again Wednesday from 4 to 7 p.m.

Located at the northwest corner of 14th and Church, the store is next to the soon-to-open Cork and Fork. HomeMade Pizza specializes in ready-to-bake pizzas for home.

Comments (1)

  1. While I am glad to see any small business open, I don’t get it. Paying $15-$20 for a pizza only to go home and cook it yourself.
    If there were a big price difference, that would be one thing…but a pie from Petes in Columbia Heights delivered is about the same price.

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