Customers earn rewards and prizes during the year for trying the monthly specials
December 17, 2019 (COLUMBIA, S.C.) – The New Year is right around the corner and Village Idiot Pizza has a New Year’s resolution pizza lovers of the Midlands can actually keep. The locally-owned New York Style pizza business is rolling out a new promotion that includes a punch card for customers to try the monthly specials and be rewarded with free menu items, promotional merchandise or gift cards with each milestone.
Starting in January of 2020, you can visit any of the three Village Idiot locations, pick up a punch card and work towards successfully trying all 12 specials for the year. Each month, Village Idiot will be offering a unique monthly special to try— options like Flaming Hot Cheeto and BBQ Brisket have been featured in 2019 — and for each month customers participate, they can get their Pie of the Month Club card punched.
The Rules and prizes:
One feature or monthly special gives each customer one stamp. Customers will be rewarded after trying three, six, nine, and 12 monthly specials, and they do not have to consecutively purchased. At three pizzas, club members will receive a free appetizer and a Village Idiot Pizza promotional item. After six months, they will win a free large cheese pizza and a Village Idiot Pizza promotional item and nine monthly specials will receive a $25 gift card and a Village Idiot Pizza T-shirt. Lucky pizza-eaters who try every monthly special for the entire year will get a $100 gift card & a bag of Village Idiot Pizza goodies. Pizzas can be consumed and cards can be punched via in-store dining, pick-up, or delivery. Bonus: if customers are also Village Idiot Pizza rewards members, they can earn points for each of these purchases giving more money off throughout the year.
To be in the Pie of the Month Club, visit any Village Idiot location and pick up your free punch card.
About Village Idiot Pizza
Village Idiot Pizza is an independently owned restaurant and pub in Columbia, S.C. with three locations and a rich history of serving up hand-tossed New York-style pizza, wings, beer and other Italian-American delights to college students, sports enthusiasts, pizza lovers, locals and visitors and more for nearly three decades. A fixture in the Five Points district, the original pizza establishment, “the Idiot,” is one of the longest-standing businesses in the area and has had a measurable impact on the Five Points district since 1990. With the additions of locations in Forest Acres and Olympia over the last 10 years, the restaurant, which offers dine-in, pick-up or delivery service with online ordering, has broadened its reach to provide the high-quality, handcrafted menu items for which it is known and respected. Owners Kelly and Brian Glynn actively engage with community events and volunteer their efforts to help build Columbia’s non-profit culture and restaurant scene. Learn more and order online at http://www.villageidiotpizza.com.