The store is owned by two sisters who delivered Hungry Howie’s pizzas while attending the University of Florida, the spokeswoman said. One of them was living in Kennesaw, and the other moved here to open the business.
Tahim said 10 percent of sales from Wednesday will go to Mostly Mutts, a Kennesaw animal rescue. And 10 percent of sales Thursday will go to SafePath, a Marietta children’s advocacy center.
The company started selling pizza — its shtick was flavored crust — inside a burger spot in Michigan in 1973. It now has about 550 locations in 21 states, according to its website.
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