2018 Teacher Appizziation Honorees

Feb. 14, 2018

Hideaway Pizza has revealed the educators selected to receive free pizza for a year as part of the 2018 Teacher Appizziation Awards. Launched in 2016 in response to education budget concerns in Oklahoma, the Teacher Appizziation Awards recognize outstanding educators in the communities Hideaway Pizza serves.

2018 Teacher Appizziation Awards

Jan. 22, 2018

For a third year, Hideaway Pizza is giving teachers (and anyone that works in the education field) in the communities we serve an epic pizza party. Twelve current Pre-K-12 public and private school teachers or staff from Oklahoma and Arkansas will be selected to win FREE PIZZA FOR A YEAR plus other goodies.

We need YOUR help to find those individuals, though. To nominate someone, from Arkansas or Oklahoma, just fill out the following online form and tell us what makes them the great. 

Hideaway Pizza to open 2nd Arkansas location on Nov. 13

Oct. 24, 2017

The first 57 people through the front door when Hideaway Pizza opens to the public at 11 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 13th at 1170 S. Amity Rd. in Conway, Arkansas, will receive a free lunch and a Hideaway swag bag that includes a $57 gift card, Hideaway apparel, and other promotional items. 

Founded in 1957, Hideaway Pizza is a privately-owned pizza company headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma with 18 restaurant locations and approximately 1,000 employees in Arkansas and Oklahoma.

Hideaway Pizza introduces ‘Sweet Southern Heat’ to cap first year in Natural State

Oct. 05, 2017

Hideaway Pizza today announced the winners of a contest to name a new specialty pizza made in collaboration with local Chef Donnie Ferneau marking the pizzeria’s first year in North Little Rock, Arkansas. The Tulsa-based pizza company also confirmed plans to open its second Arkansas pizzeria, located at 1170 S. Amity Rd. in Conway, Ark., at 11 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 13. 

Skyline Music Fest

Sep. 27, 2017

We’re happy to be sponsoring this year’s Tom Skinner Skyline Music Fest, the second annual festival to benefit the Red Dirt Relief Fund. The Red Dirt Relief Fund is a non-profit organization that provides a safety net of critical assistance to Oklahoma musicians facing financial difficulty due to emergencies or crises. Since it began in 2012, the fund has given over $65,000 to musicians across Oklahoma.