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March Madness

Mar. 16, 2020

Hideaway Pizza March Madness Bracket

With March Madness being cancelled, we know that many of you are missing out on one of your favorite sporting events of the year. With that in mind, we’re forging ahead with our 5th annual online Eat 16 Tournament (so that pizza fanatics have something to feel passionate about that is NOT hand washing or toilet paper rations!)

New Ranch Flight!

Mar. 07, 2020

It's no secret that we LOVE Ranch. In fact, every year Hideaway serves over 32,000 gallons of our delicious, creamy, dreamy ranch dressing.

This year, we're taking our condiment love to the next level! Beginning on NATIONAL RANCH DRESSING DAY (Tuesday, March 10) you can order a $1.99 Ranch Flight featuring 5 unique flavors:

National Pizza Day

Feb. 06, 2020

As if you needed an excuse to get pizza, Sunday, February 9 is officially National Pizza Day!

Enter our Pizza Party Contest for a chance to win $100 Hideaway gift card so you can host your own epic pizza party!

IT'S EASY TO ENTER:

1.) Snap a pic of your Hideaway Pizza,

2.) Upload it to Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter,

3.) Use #HideawayPizzaParty on your post!

We'll announce TEN winners on Monday, February 10. Good luck, pizza fam!

2019 Teacher Apizziation Winners

May. 08, 2019

Anyway you slice it, good schools rely on GREAT Teachers!

After receiving over 900 nominations for our 4th Annual Teacher Apizziation Awards, 19 winners from Oklahoma and Arkansas have been selected to win FREE PIZZA FOR A YEAR!

(That's over $11,000 in awards or enough dough for each winner to buy a small pizza every week for a year!)

Hideaway Pizza joins effort to save monarchs

Mar. 01, 2018

Hideaway Pizza is joining efforts to save the monarch butterfly, and other pollinators including the honey bee, with the seasonal release of its honey-drizzled specialty pizza The Pollinator from March 5 through May 14.

 

Nearly 75 percent of the world's crops require pollination. Pollinator populations have declined dramatically in recent years. Oklahoma and Arkansas both lie within the migratory path of the monarch butterfly.

 

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