Dewey's Clifton Giving Away Free Slices of Pizza to First Responders and Health Care Workers

From 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. May 4, frontline workers can get a free slice of pepperoni or cheese pizza via a drive-thru in the Dewey's parking lot

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Dewey's Pizza Clifton

Dewey's Pizza in Clifton is giving back to frontline workers and first responders on Monday, May 4 the best way they know how: by feeding them. 

From 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., the pizza joint will be opening their mobile kitchen at 265 Hosea Ave., Clifton to offer a free slice of cheese or pepperoni pizza to those fighting on the frontlines of the coronavirus crisis. 

“At Dewey’s Pizza, we exist to nourish our communities. And, what better time to fulfill our purpose by serving those who so selflessly serve others,” said Paul Folker, director of operations, in a release. “The past several weeks has had a tremendous impact on all of us. We have received so much support from our communities and now we are excited and thankful to be able to pay the generosity we have received forward.”

Any worker who wants to get a free slice just needs to drive through the Clifton parking lot. The Dewey's team will be providing as many slices as they can within the two-hour time frame, up to 500 slices. The event is rain or shine.

If there is extreme weather, check the Dewey’s Pizza Facebook page (@deweyspizza). If it's bad enough, the event will move to the following Monday.

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