Investing in education is key to social upliftment in South Africa, and what better way to do it than with pizza, a firm favourite with children everywhere? Romans Pizza is offering school children a chance to explore their creative sides and win fabulous prizes for themselves and their schools – and all they have to do is dig in to a mouth-watering Romans Pizza between now and the end of November
The Scholar-Box competition is as hot and fresh as the flavours found at Roman’s Pizza. Any child or young adult attending school up to the age of 18 can enter, by purchasing and enjoying a large pizza and then creating an original artwork out of the box or boxes. The sky is the limit and the competition encourages entrants to use their imagination and make a pizza box masterpiece.
The prizes are enough to make any school-goer hungry for the top spot: First prize is a PS4, a R500 Musica Voucher, a Roman’s Pizza goody bag and pizza for their entire class. And, most importantly, a whopping R20 000 donation to the winner’s school to be used to develop or upgrade their sports facility. The second and third prizes are just as generous, again giving out a PS4, R500 Musica Voucher and delicious pizza for the class, but with R15 000 and R10 000 for the schools respectively. Even those who don’t win are left smiling, with 20 consolation prizes of a goody bag up for grabs.
According to Bonnie Lee, Head of Marketing for Roman’s Pizza, “We know that so many of valued our customers are pizza-loving children, who want and deserve top-notch school facilities. Sport is a wonderful way of teaching children good values, promoting exercise and encouraging them to adopt beneficial hobbies and interests. That is why we did not want the prizes to only benefit the individual winners but also to give a school full of learners something to enjoy and use for many years to come.” “And”, she adds, “It’s a fun competition that they will enjoy doing. In fact, we had to extend the campaign due to demand from scholars.”
Entry into the competition is as easy as buying at least one large pizza from Roman’s Pizza and tucking in. Then, children can set to work having fun and piecing together their box art. Once completed, young artists should snap a picture of their creation and upload it to the Roman’s Pizza Facebook page or email it to email@example.com before the 30th of November. The photo should be accompanied by the following details: name, school, age, area and contact details. For more information go to https://www.facebook.com/RomansPizza or visit www.romanspizza.co.za to find a Roman’s Pizza outlet nearby.