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Finally! A Solution For Those Pizza Lovers Who Hate Sharing Their Food

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Theres nothing nicer than winning at lunch. Your food arrives and you just know you got the best meal in the house. The problem is, your colleagues know it too.

And they want a piece of the action.

It seems Pizza Hut saw that their new MyBox meal was getting a lot of attention—and not all of it good.

So theyve just come out with an ingenious solution: The Meal Conceal 3000.

A cheeky way to keep your MyBox hidden from hungry eyes.

We could explain, but its easier (and more fun) for you to check out the retro infomercial they made:

 

How cool is that? 

 Those ‘dinner disguises’ are so convincing. We love the 10000-piece puzzle. There’s no way anyone would ever pick that up. In other words, our MyBox meal would be pretty safe.

What’s your favorite?

So, how do you WIN one? (And a voucher for your own MyBox)

We’re guessing these are gonna go pretty fast. (The video actually said so) But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered—like an irresistible pizza meal that’s been protected from prying eyes.

Pizza Hut is giving you the chance to win one on Facebook, along with a voucher that turns into (you guessed it) another MyBox.

Just click on this link to enter

*T&C apply: Read here.

 Goodluck! 

 

To share or not to share?

 Selfies? Sure. This article? Yes please. Your MyBox meal?

Well, let’s see what Joey has to say about that….

Havent heard of MyBox?

Then you definitely have to click here and try it for yourself!

Choose ANY pizza and your choice of any two delicious sides for only AED 30.

You won’t regret it!

 

 

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The Pizza Hut story begins in May 1958. Dan and Frank Carney opened their 550-squarefoot pizza restaurant in Wichita, Kansas. Dan and Frank, with friends Richard Beemer and John Bender, made the pizza themselves. Frank rolled the dough with a rolling pin. Richard tossed the dough in the air from the pie tin. Dan filled the unbaked crust with sauce. John flipped the pie from the tin during the baking process. Dan Carney recalled, “The people were enchanted with the product, watching us tossing the dough over our heads. They were really enjoying themselves….” The Carneys created an innovative, high quality, engaging, informal eating experience in a friendly neighborhood restaurant. Pizza Hut became a popular place with the teenage and college crowd. Pizza Hut attracted families that enjoyed a night out eating a meal that they would not be having at home. After the families left, Pizza Hut transformed itself into a hangout for college-age kids. Having a good time was an essential part of Pizza Hut. The idea caught on. A second Pizza Hut opened in December 1958 in downtown Wichita. By 1963, there were forty-two Pizza Hut restaurants.
Pizza Hut was always an entrepreneurial, innovative, fast-thinking place. It was the kind of organization where everyone shared the learning. As Frank Carney said, “To me, the biggest strength of Pizza Hut was that we had an awful lot of people who came up with great ideas.”
Pizza Hut grew rapidly. Pizza Hut introduced “Pan Pizza” in 1980 throughout its network. The product, with a thicker crust made in deep pans, soon became popular. However, the basic internal philosophy was and still is “Take care of the customer.” The Pizza Hut brand experience resonates today: generosity, hard work, friendships, innovation, naturalness, and fun. It was and always will be more than just the pizza.

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