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MOD Pizza opens in Buda

Staff Report

BUDA – Residents have a new option for lunch as MOD Pizza celebrated its grand opening on Sunday, July 31, in Buda.

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MOD Pizza opened its latest restaurant in Buda.

MOD, short for Made-On-Demand, Pizza opened with “Bridge Day,” where customers received 50% off their purchase. All proceeds from Bridge Day go to MOD’s Bridge Fund – a special fund to assist MOD employees during times of need. 

Serial entrepreneurs Scott and Ally Stevenson founded MOD Pizza in 2008. In their Seattle hometown, they discovered a new way for people to enjoy a slice of pizza – through speed, individual style and value. But what was most important to them was the people that would serve the community, the MOD Squad, because taking care of their employees meant taking care of their customers.

MOD is the largest fast-casual pizza brand in North America, with over 500 stores across 29 states and Canada, according to a news release.

The Buda location will continue its grand opening celebration on Aug. 24 by donating all of the day’s profits to the Hays CISD Clothes Closet, a nonprofit organization that donates clothes and shoes to Hays CISD students in need. 

Located at 15550 S I-35 Frontage Rd in Buda, the business will be open daily at 10:30 a.m.

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