Ever felt like everything you want is at your fingertips, then the world suddenly tries to slow you down and personal worries get in the way, so you stop to wonder, “Is it even worth it?”
This 2019, Yellow Cab promises to make hustlers everywhere unstoppable as it backs them up and breaks down all their doubts with theSo Worth It: The Yellow Cab Pizza Tour.
The tour kicked off on Jan. 5 at the Eastwood Central Plaza in Quezon City, headlined by Ben&Ben, one of the country’s most sought-after bands who continue to inspire through their musical journey.
Bringing in more entertainment are other participating artists who also prove that their music is so worth it: indie rock group Oh, Flamingo! and high-octane spinners DJ Miaow and DJ Marxx.
It won’t be Yellow Cab without the iconic pizza joint’s all-time bestseller, so hustlers can expect to get fueled up with a free slice of New York’s Finest pizza when they enter and answer this one simple question, “What is your personal chase and why is it so worth it?” Guests also get to bring home Pizza Passes which they can use to redeem discounts for dine-in purchases made at selected Yellow Cab stores.
The Pizza Tour will also land in Baguio on Jan. 12, Davao on Jan. 19, and Cebu on Jan. 26, with all stops featuring homegrown acts and Yellow Cab eats that will excite local communities.
“At Yellow Cab, we don’t just make food, we deliver generous, edge-to-edge flavors that fill you up and keep you going,” says Mark De Joya, Brand Development Director for Yellow Cab Pizza Co.
“We do what we do because we want to support those who hustle the hardest for what they believe is so worth it. We want to fuel them throughout their chase and make them unstoppable with positive energy for their hustle by serving our edge-to-edge pizzas, and legendary chicken and pasta, which anyone would agree are also so worth it,” he adds.
For more information about the So Worth It! The Yellow Cab Pizza Tour, please visithttps://www.yellowcabpizza.com/soworthit.
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