Generations Pizzeria partners with Arcadia


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Generations Pizzeria as part of its Pizza Partner program donated to Arcadia Learning Commons.


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Generations Pizzeria and Arcadia Learning Commons of Wilmington have partnered together to provide their students with a $350 donation.

Kerry Steed, owner of Generations Pizzeria and Clinton County Commissioner, said, “Partnering with local schools is a win-win. As a lifelong resident of Clinton County and being someone that is invested and connected to the fabric of our community I am able to leverage my business’s success to help these kids. Arcadia Learning Commons benefits by offsetting their expenses thus being able to provide a better educational experience even in today’s tough economic environment.

Steed said partnerships like this have been part of his business model for Generations Pizzeria since becoming the owner in 1993.

“Everyone knows that Generations Pizzeria is a community partner. There isn’t a school, church, or charity that we haven’t been able to help in some way,” Steed said. “Arcadia Learning Commons was no different. When they approached us about partnering together to help them raise funds we didn’t hesitate. Strategic partnering with successful organizations is one of the most important things we continue to do.”

For more information on Arcadia Learning Commons or how to become a Pizza Partner and participate in future Community Flyer Programs, please contact Kerry Steed at 937-382-3845 or [email protected]

Generations Pizzeria as part of its Pizza Partner program donated to Arcadia Learning Commons.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Arcadia.jpgGenerations Pizzeria as part of its Pizza Partner program donated to Arcadia Learning Commons. Courtesy photo

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