Our owner, Rolf Wilkin, has really lost it this time and our accountant Penny (the lady you see in the picture) is not happy.
Says Penny: “Why would we do something as stupid as pay people if they don’t like our new pizzas? People are just going to take advantage of us.”
Luckily for you, Rolf disagrees. Says Rolf: “I want as many people to try our new Summer Wheat crust as possible. To do that, we need to make the customer an offer that is more fair to them than to us.”
What’s so special about the Summer Wheat crust? Well months of testing led us to the new recipe and we honestly believe it makes one of the best hand-tossed pizzas out there, regardless of price.
It all starts with the milder, summer-harvested Kansas wheat we switched to. The impact it has on the new crust is hard to overstate. Customers have told us it’s “softer”, “delicious”, and “soooo good”. It really does result in a fluffier, tastier crust (no more cardboard crust!).
We then take that Summer Wheat crust and carefully cover it with tangy, fresh-packed red sauce made from delicious sun-grown California tomatoes (we offer white sauce as well).
Last but not least we layer on your choice of toppings like seasoned meats or fresh veggies and run it through the oven for a little under 7 minutes. This allows the crust to develop it’s signature flavor. What comes out is a fresh, hot pizza that has been baked to perfection.
With all this in mind, we’ve decided to make you this stupid, ridiculous, putting-the-entire-company-at-risk offer:
Go to your nearest Fort Smith Eureka Pizza (if you’re seeing this you are near one). Pay the regular 4.99 price for a delicious large Better Ready pizza with the new Summer Wheat crust. Take it home and give it a try. If you don’t agree that it is one of the best pizzas you’ve ever had, simply take your receipt back to the location you bought it from. They will then pay you back DOUBLE what you paid ($10 even) PLUS $2 for the gas you used getting there and back, no questions asked. Please just one pizza per household though (scout’s honor).
Make the test today and let us know what you think!