CLEVELAND, Nov. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- There have been plenty of campaign promises made over the past several months. Arguably the best is from the Pizza Party Candidate Marco's Pizza, who will reward those casting their vote for Marco's on Election Day with a voucher for a FREE Medium 1-Topping Pizza. Offer is good at all participating Marco's Pizza locations across the country.
The polling location to vote is www.marcos.com. Marco's Pizza is reaching out to voters through yard signs posted side-by-side with Democratic and Republican candidates in cities and small towns across the country. It's also giving social media fans the chance to become "Vice President," winning a Four-Year Term of Free Pizza. Go to www.facebook.com/marcospizza or #VOTEMARCOS to enter the race. As with other candidates this year, Marco's Pizza has captured its fair share of media attention. It was ranked No. 2 on Forbes' Top 10 Franchises to Invest In, and No. 2 by Nation's Restaurant News for fastest-growing U.S. chain in its Top 100 report. Most recently, Marco's was chosen by Military Times as the 3rd best franchise in the publication's Best for Vets Franchise List. "With the long campaign season finally coming to an end, we wanted to reward voters with a free pizza," said Cathy Hull, chief marketing officer at Marco's Pizza. "Marco's is the Ah!thentic choice this election year. We make our dough fresh in stores every day, use a special blend of three fresh cheeses and our sauce has not changed since our founder created it in 1978." The fastest-growing pizza company in the United States based on new store openings, Marco's announced its candidacy in July. It kicked off its campaign with a 38¢ Large Pizza on its 38 th Year Anniversary, canvasing streets with a vintage vehicle with rooftop speakers reminiscent of a scene from The Blues Brothers. Marco's was founded by native Italian, Pasquale "Pat" Giammarco in 1978. Today, it's America's fastest-growing pizza company. The company has grown from its roots as a beloved Ohio brand to operate more than 750 stores in 32 states and three countries.