Free pizza, live music at ‘So Worth It! The Yellow Cab Pizza Tour’ Cebu stop

AFTER a successful run in Manila, Baguio and Davao, the “So Worth It! The Yellow Cab Pizza Tour” is making its final stop at Cebu IT Park on Jan. 26, Saturday giving Cebuanos what they need to have a head start in 2019: awesome music and food—all for free!

The Pizza Tour will gather music fans and pizza lovers from across the Queen City of the South, treating them with Yellow Cab’s edge-to-edge flavors and performances by homegrown talents. DJ Gnoevee is set to charge up the crowd, the Pythagorean band will rock the stage with their versions of today’s hits and Wonggoys will be performing its feel-good original tunes that combine folk music, rhythm and blues.

It won’t be Yellow Cab without the iconic pizza joint’s all-time bestseller, so guests can expect a free slice of New York’s Finest pizza and a complimentary cup of Heineken Beer when they enter and answer this one simple question, “What is your 2019 goal and what makes it so worth it?.” Participants of the tour’s Cebu leg will also receive limited edition Pizza Passes, which they can use to redeem discounts for dine-in purchases made at Yellow Cab stores.

“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 with our edge-to-edge pizzas, and legendary chicken and pasta, which anyone would agree are also so worth it.”(PR)


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