Vegan-Friendly Pizza Chain Giving Away a Year’s Worth of Free Pies in Pet Photo Contest

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Photo courtesy of PizzaRev

Got a cute rescue pet? Love pizza? Then here’s your chance to combine the two to get free vegan pizza for an entire year.

In honor of National Pet Adoption Month, Pizza Rev is asking fans to post photos of their adopted pets and their rescue stories on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #PizzaRevPets.

One lucky grand prize winner will take home a year’s worth of vouchers for pizza at Pizza Rev restaurants, while ten first-prize winners will each receive a $100 Pizza Rev gift card.

A national chain with with locations in California, Minnesota, South Dakota, Texas and Utah, Pizza Rev is proudly pro-vegan: they offer Daiya cheese on all of their pizzas, and celebrated National Vegan Month last year by adding meat-free sausage to their menu.

They are also passionate about rescuing animals, and according to their website, created the pet photo campaign to hear their fans’ pet rescue stories and to “encourage pet adoption among their friends and families.”

“Giving back to the communities we serve is a founding principle of our company, and pet adoption is a cause that we have been especially passionate about since we started PizzaRev,” said Nicholas Eckerman, co-founder and COO of PizzaRev in a press release. “We have adopted many pets into the PizzaRev family, and the #PizzaRevPets campaign is a way for our guests to share their stories and encourage pet adoption among their friends and families.”

As if rescuing an animal wasn’t rewarding enough, now you can get free pizza for your kindness.

You can read more about the photo guidelines and other rules here. The contest ends June 30.

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Janay Laing

Janay is a proud Starbucks and peanut butter smoothie addict who loves nature walks, collecting vintage magazines and listening to Beatle Brunch. She believes in positive vegan activism and is so thrilled to be a part of a movement that is changing the world. Janay started The Vegan Pages in 2014 to help vegan businesses and professionals find and connect with each other. She can be reached at jlaing2213@gmail.com.

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