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Mar
09

Nothing Says “Thank You” Like Pizza Hut


Pittsburgh Penguins players Marc-Andre Fleury, Jordan Staal, Max Talbot, Kris Letang, Tyler Kennedy and Pascal Dupuis dropped by the construction site of their future home, the Consol Energy Center, to check on the progress and deliver a special thank you to the construction workers.

“We think it’s a great gesture for our players to say thank you in this small way to the men and women who are building the new Consol Energy Center,” said team president David Morehouse. “These workers have done a great job — especially during the cold weather of the winter months — and this is a token of appreciation from the team.”

That special token? Pizza Hut pizzas! Way to go all out there guys, why not slow it down a little, you don’t want to overwhelm the workers with such an outpouring of emotion. Maybe start small, give each of the workers a koosh ball or something…

[WPXI]


1 Response to “Nothing Says “Thank You” Like Pizza Hut”


  1. 1 shatraw
    March 26, 2009 at 12:30 pm

    c’mon slanch. pizza hut (or “pizza hot” as i used to call it as a small child) is the superior national pizza chain. this gesture probably cost them 50-100% more than if they’d done the same thing with papa johns or dominos. at least this way, their indigestion will taste better!


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