If you follow us on Facebook, Instagram and/ or Twitter, you might remember a post we published a few weeks back. It included a photo of some street art a PPS family member came across on their daily neighbourhood stroll. It was very special.
It was an ad for PPS pizza – but it wasn’t made by us.
Once we found it, it took no time for this photo to circulate amongst the PPS team. None of us had any idea who could’ve made it, but we wanted to find out. Immediately.
We responded by posting our very own sign above the original on the very same street pole. We blasted our message via PPS social media: “if you know the child who made this, please contact us” – we wanted to thank them.
Sure enough, a couple weeks later, we heard back from Sherry. Her son, Harrison, was the creative genius behind the poster, and she had the photos to prove it.
Eagerly, we invited Sherry to bring Harrison to the pizzeria for a private pizza making lesson. We couldn’t think of a better reward for such a huge fan!
A few days later, in came the Hurst family – Mom, Dad and sister, Sidney. We weren’t about to leave her out. We invited her to make pizza, too!
PPS team member, Tyler, taught Harrison and Sidney everything there is to know about making a PPS pizza, from beginning to end.
Big thanks to the Hurst family for coming in – this was so much fun!
Here are some photos for you to enjoy!