Pizza Hut may have elected to end its giveaway tied to Tuesday night’s presidential debate, but many restaurant brands are still finding ways to use election season as their own platform for promotions, increasingly for profit-driving ends like bolstering their loyalty clubs, but more often just for fun. Laguna Beach, Calif.-based zpizza, a chain of more than 100 locations, is executing its own campaign in which brand founder Sid Fanarof is running for president on the “Pizza ...
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