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Free Starter from Boston Pizza

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For starters you can get your free Starters from boston pizza, just for signing up for their newsletter. Ironic that “Boston Pizza” is only in Canada but was started by a greek immigrant, go figure. So anyways What is a dog’s favorite pizza? – PUParonni!! Yuck Yuck Yuck… ! Okay, so what if that doesn’t make sense, what do you want from me anyways, just get your free starter from Boston Pizza….

What Boston Pizza says:
“The Boston Pizza concept began in Edmonton, Alberta in 1964 when Greek immigrant Gus Agioritis opened “Boston Pizza and Spaghetti House”. Although he lacked any significant restaurant experiences, Agioritis achieved success by combining hard work with a business strategy that included a focus on growth through franchising. This strategy established the early success of the Boston Pizza chain, and by 1970 Boston Pizza had 17 locations throughout Western Canada, of which 15 were franchised.”

Now they have a TON of locations throughout Canada.
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3 Responses to “Free Starter from Boston Pizza”

  1. sampler says:

    what is the deal with these free things? like gosh. it’s crazy. i have gotten like reallyy free things, such as a whole box of free shampoos and conditioners or free razors or even a whole bunch of free pad samples. Once, i got a whoole pack of free condoms from where? i forget, and this other time, there was this whole pack of free makeup supplies and shit. it was aweesome. why do they give off free crap? cant they just sell them? and it’s not even qualified as a sample, cause it’s just a whole bunch of stuff that could be sold for big bucks. im confused. :D in a good way!

  2. Barbara Robinson says:

    I have had a lot of problems just trying to receive their e-mail (newsletter)….Keeps saying enter another zip/postal code…I do and states the same thing….I think this is bogus and just wanting to advertise their restaurant! 1st page it also asks for a promo code which is nowhere to be found …..

  3. Louise says:

    take out any spaces in your postal code and try again. that worked for me. also, I left out the promo code altogether.

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