Fans urged to help make wishes come true for those helping their communities
SEATTLE, October 04, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – MOD Super Fast Pizza Holdings, LLC (“MOD Pizza”, “MOD”, the “Company”), the people-focused fast casual pizza brand, today announced its partnership with recording artist Chloe Moriondo for the third MOD Random acts of MODness campaign. Chloé (known for her first major album Blood rabbit and the recent hit “disagree”) and MOD will choose ten people to receive grants of $ 1,000.
From today until Friday October 8e, Chloe, and MOD will use Twitter to ask fans for names of people who are doing good things in their community. Twitter users can participate by simply tweeting their submission to @MODPizza with the hashtag #RandomActsofMODness. Applications will be accepted until October 8 at 11:59 pm TP. Nothing is forbidden and there are no conditions.
“Communities are woven together by people who care for one another. We are thrilled that Chloe is joining us in recognizing and helping support ten inspiring people who are making a difference in big and small ways,” said Ally Svenson , co-founder and head of department, MOD. “This year, more than ever, we continue to be inspired by the impact a simple kind gesture can have on someone’s life and the ripple effect it can have.”
Chloe added: “I love pizza and am so excited to be working with MOD Pizza, one of the best, to help community members who deserve extra support after what the world has been through in the last last. year and a half. “
In March, MOD Pizza launched its one-year Random Acts of MODness campaign in partnership with Grammy-nominated rapper JID. Together, JID and MOD donated a car to a deserving young woman in the Atlanta area. In June, MOD Pizza partnered with Grammy Award-winning Daya to share grants with five LGBTQ + organizations across the United States.
ABOUT MOD PIZZA
MOD Pizza is a people-focused brand founded in Seattle in 2008 by serial entrepreneurs Scott and Ally Svenson. MOD serves artisan-style individual pizzas and salads that are made to order, allowing customers to create their own pizzas and salads with any combination of over 30 toppings, all for an incredible price. With over 500 system-wide locations **, MOD is committed to creating not only a cool place to eat, but an inspired place to work as well. MOD was recently awarded a spot on the Fortune 2019 “Change the World” list, for its goal-oriented culture and commitment to providing opportunities for those facing barriers to employment. The company was also named the fastest growing restaurant chain in the United States by Technomic for four years in a row and named the Foodable Network’s Most Valued Pizza Brand. MOD earned a spot on the Inc.5000 list and was recognized by Fortune as one of the “20 Best Workplaces in Retail”, a “Best Place for Women to Work”, a “Best Place for Women”. for Millennials “and a” Better Place to Work for Diversity. ” For more information, visit www.modpizza.com or connect with the brand via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
** The term “system-wide” refers to all stores operated and licensed by the company. The MOD, MOD Pizza, and MOD Shield trademarks are the property of MOD Super Fast Pizza, LLC.
Chloe Moriondo pretends to be an “internet kid,” but they grapple with overwhelming infatuation, listless daydreams, and first love with a keen empathy that is impossible to find online. With their confessional lyrics and idiosyncratic humor, the singer-songwriter has built a base of millions of dedicated fans, sharing their authentic selves to create a true connection with their listeners. In May, Moriondo shared his critically acclaimed debut album Blood rabbit via Public Consumption Recording Co./Fueled By Ramen. The release was crowned “Critics’ Choice” by The New York Times, who exclaimed, “On the robust and clear-voiced” Blood Bunny “, Moriondo … is a pop-punk genius, skilfully leaping between musical approaches from the lushly produced spare, and emphasizing intimate lyrics and precise. ” Chloe has also garnered praise from Billboard, Pitchfork, PAPER, UPROXX, Refinery29, etc., and more. Following Blood rabbit, Moriondo made his television debut performing “Bodybag” on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, and appeared shortly after the The Late Late Show with James Corden, where they performed a dynamic rendition of “I Want To Be With You”.
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