Jun 03, 2010 - 10:19 AM
Mississauga-based Extreme Pita will be celebrating the re-opening of its restaurant at Clarkson Crossing this weekend, offering half-priced pitas on Friday and Saturday and free pitas for one year to the first 25 customers on Friday.
Former Toronto Argonaut football players and members of the 2010 Argos cheerleaders will be on hand both days to celebrate the grand reopening.
Extreme Pita will also be donating $500 to the Children’s Wish Foundation. Since partnering with the national charity a year ago, Extreme Pita’s parent company, Extreme Brandz, has donated more than $6,000 toward providing children living with high-risk, life-threatening illnesses the opportunity to realize their most heartfelt wishes.
The 1,200 sq.-ft. restaurant now seats 26 and has been completely remodeled with new tables, a more contemporary color scheme, expanded kitchen area and the addition of Purblendz all natural, pure fruit smoothies.
The newly-renovated restaurant will also serve as a corporate training store for new franchisees from across Canada and the United States.
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