Posted by: Jay Bandy | June 16, 2014

Aurelio’s Pizza Marietta Celebrates Three-Year Anniversary June 27 and 28


The first and only Aurelio’s Pizza in Georgia is offering anniversary specials and giving one Aurelio’s lover the chance to win free pizza for a year.

 
What: Aurelio’s Pizza Marietta Three-Year Anniversary Celebration
Who: Aurelio’s Pizza Marietta
When: June 27 and 28, 2014
Where: Aurelio’s Pizza Marietta
1255 Johnson Ferry Rd. | Marietta, GA 30068
Phone: 770-578-6606

 
Details:  The first and only Aurelio’s Pizza Marietta opened three years ago this month, bringing authentic thin crust Chicago style pizza to Georgians. In the process, franchise owner Paul Vitt, a Chicago native (Homewood, IL, no less), found that many transplanted Chicagoans and those passionate about Chicago-style pizza sure were happy he brought the iconic pizza to town. In celebration of its three-year anniversary, Aurelio’s Pizza Marietta is offering anniversary specials for $20.11, as well as free ice cream or cookies for dessert. Additionally, Aurelio’s is hosting a Facebook contest and one lucky winner will win free Aurelio’s pizza for a year. Entry forms are available on the Aurelio’s Pizza Marietta Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/AureliosIsPizzaMarietta  In addition to other celebratory fun, a balloon artist will be working balloon magic for the kids.

 
About Aurelio’s
With a history as rich and entrenched in the community as the pizza it’s famous for, the very first Aurelio’s restaurant opened on Ridge Road in Homewood, IL as the pride and joy of Joseph A. Aurelio, Jr. who decided to give it a go as a restaurateur at the age of 26. With its legendary “old oven” dating back to 1959 in its Homewood location, Aurelio’s was the first suburban pizzeria in the United States and helped to launch pizza into the American lexicon. Since that time, Aurelio’s has become one of Chicagoland’s claims to fame. And, transplanted Chicagoans all over the map have helped to bring their favorite pizzeria franchise to 41 cities across six states, growing a strong fan base for the taste of Aurelio’s.
Franchise owner Paul Vitt has been eating Aurelio’s Pizza since it opened in 1959. Paul’s lifelong love affair with the iconic pizza began when Aurelio’s founder Joe Aurelio Jr. offered Homewood, IL little leaguers sausage pizza coupons for home runs. Paul got lucky enough to hit quite a few. Growing up Aurelio’s was his hangout place, his brothers even worked there. As an adult with a family, Paul and his wife lived in Tinley Park, IL where Aurelio’s was his family’s go-to place for all get togethers, birthdays and graduations. Paul’s parents had an Aurelio’s pizza night, Monday. His was Tuesday after his men’s basketball league. And, he and wife’s, Thursday. When the Vitts decided to relocate to the Atlanta area, eventually, they decided to become restaurateurs—the Aurelio’s seed planted by Paul’s mother and brother. When they opened June 2011 in East Cobb as the first and only Aurelio’s Pizza in Georgia, Aurelio’s fans from the greater Atlanta area flocked the restaurant and they’ve just kept coming.


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