Little Caesars Serves Pizza to Homeless

The Love Kitchen is Celebrating 30 Years

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Little Caesars was making a difference in Duluth Thursday.

It’s all part of their Love Kitchen program.

The Love Kitchen is a semi truck that travels all across the country serving free pizza to people in need.

“It’s just one of those in the stomach warm feelings. It just feels good,” said Josh Parr, Owner of the Duluth and Superior Little Caesars franchises.

Thursday, they were at Union Gospel Mission, but since they started in 1985 the kitchen has also been at many of the nation’s natural disasters.

When asked how it feels to do this for those in need Parr answered, “The community’s given me so much. I can’t answer for anybody else but that’s what it means to me.”

Since the Love Kitchen started Little Caesars has served more than 6 million slices of pizza.

Their next stop is Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
 

Categories: Community-imported, Food-imported, Life-imported