MOD Pizza Opens 5th Location in Michigan with Fundraiser for Brighton Schools


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Livonia-based Team Schostak Family Restaurants will open its fifth Michigan MOD Pizza location this year in Brighton on Tuesday.

 As part of the opening, MOD Pizza will host an all-day “Pay What You Want” fundraiser to support students in need from the Brighton School District. Starting at 11 a.m. and running through dinner service at its Brighton restaurant, located at 8605 W. Grand River, guests will be able to pay an amount of their choosing for their meal, with all proceeds benefiting the Brighton Boutique organization, which helps provide classroom grants and offers assistance to students in need throughout the community.

In addition to the fundraiser, MOD Pizza will be hosting raffles throughout the day with prizes to include MOD Pizza merchandise and a chance to win a free pizza per week for a year.

“With each grand opening this year, we have left a positive and lasting impact on the local community, raising more than $15,000 and counting for local charities in the communities we serve, and we are excited to replicate that in Brighton," says Jake Schostak, brand leader of MOD Pizza. "We invite all to stop out and learn more about MOD Pizza, while supporting a well deserving cause.”

Based in Seattle, MOD’s individual artisan-style pizzas are made on demand, using fresh-pressed dough and signature sauces, including MOD red sauce and MOD white sauce.

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