DALLAS To help raise awareness about worldwide hunger, Pizza Hut turned Monday to its more than 17,500 Twitter followers to help spread the word about where they can donate money. For each re-tweet (the Twitter version of forwarding) of its message, Pizza Hut pledged four meals to World Hunger Relief, a campaign that supports the United Nations World Food Programme and hunger relief agencies internationally. Pizza Hut, which tweets as @pizzahut, sent out this message on ...
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