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Loyalty360 Reads: October 7 | 7-Eleven giving away free pizza on Sunday, Impact Kitchen Relaunches W




7-Eleven giving away free pizza on Sunday
7-Eleven is offering customers an entire pizza for free on Sunday if they order through the convenience store chain's 7NOW delivery app.

"The only thing better than hot pizza is free hot pizza, and even better than that is free hot pizza delivered directly to your door within 30 minutes," says Raghu Mahadevan, vice president of digital and head of delivery, in a statement. "For those who haven't ever tried a delicious 7‑Eleven pizza, or the 7NOW delivery app, this offer is the perfect time to enjoy a giant free sample on us, especially when homegating this sports season."

First-time 7NOW customers can access the limited-time deal by using promo code SCORE50 to unlock $50 in delivery credit.
Hormel Foods Donates More than 540,000 Pounds of Sausages
Hormel Foods, a global branded food company, has donated more than 540,000 pounds of foodservice breakfast sausages to Convoy of Hope, a nonprofit organization with a driving passion to feed the world through feeding initiatives for children, community outreach events and disaster response efforts.

Over 64,000 cases of breakfast sausages are being distributed to a variety of food shelves throughout Texas, California, South Carolina, Missouri, Iowa and Florida.
Impact Kitchen Relaunches With New Tech Suite and Ordering App
Toronto-based health food restaurant Impact Kitchen has reopened all four of its locations with the launch of its new and streamlined full tech suite and new customer loyalty app, Impact App. Known for their paleo, gluten free, keto, and vegan health food options, Impact Kitchen has grown a loyal community of Torontonians who keep coming back for the incredible service and quality ingredients.

The restaurants, which closed temporarily at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, reopened in July with updated restaurant technology from leading restaurant technology provider Givex.

“We’re thrilled to be back open and serving our community with a place to safely connect with one another while having access to the high-quality health food our customers were used to before we temporarily shut down,” says Josh Broun, Co-Founder of Impact Kitchen.
Regal Cinemas Suspending Operations at All U.S. Locations
The second-largest cinema chain in the U.S. is closing all of its locations nationwide after reopening in August, escalating the pandemic-driven crisis facing the entertainment industry.

Cineworld Group PLC’s Regal Entertainment Group’s decision to suspend operations at its more than 500 locations this coming Thursday follows a cascade of postponements for big-budget Hollywood films, most recently the James Bond title “No Time to Die.”
What now for Corporate and Social Responsibility?
Shon Alam, founder of Bidwedge, says that before Covid-19, people were already asking for a different approach, wanting a world where business is more than just about making money. They had started demanding transparency – just saying ‘we do what we can’ was no longer enough; they wanted specifics about supply chains, fair trade, good working conditions, environmental responsibility and so on. The pandemic hasn’t stop ed this, if anything it has crystallized it, with all of us more aware than ever of our impact on the planet and its fragile balance.

For businesses CSR is more important than ever, Alam says; for the long-term survival of your business and the future of the planet for your children and grandchildren.


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