The website Pizza to the Polls gives any user to report long lines at voting locatings around the country by submitting links to social media postsFacebook, Twitter or Instagram portraits will do showcasing any exorbitant lines. After users submit photos, the relevant recommendations is that pizza will magically appear at the crowded polling place only is so that people stick around and dont leave because of the munchies.
“I came up with the relevant recommendations talking with your best friend and my buddy Noah Manger and I built the area and got it wheeling last Sunday, ” Pizza to the Polls founder Scott Duncombe told FoxNews.com. “We received some seed money and a twitter account with about 4000 adherents from Americans Against Insecure Billionaires with Tiny Hands PAC.”
But, supposes the pizza-loving entrepreneur, Pizza to the Polls is a non-partisan operation.
Americans are hungry for republic and are transforming out in account amounts to vote. But that means long lines and sometimes empty stomaches, which might intimidate these defy patriots from performing their civic job, supposes the website .
Fortunately Pizza to the Polls is here to deliver the one thing that duos so perfectly with discretion: piping hot ‘za.
The site is currently soliciting donations to help pay for the pizzas– visitors can donate anywhere from $10, enough to cover the cost of one tart, to any amount your nerve wants.
So far, Pizza to the Polls supposes its delivered pizzas to three different polling places during early voting in the swaying commonwealths of Ohio and Florida plus Illinois. They likewise delivered 16 pies to feed dozens of early voters in Cincinnati Sunday.
If there’s any money left over after Election Day, the team supposes it is proposed to donate standing funds toward feeding Americans in need. The squad behind Pizza to the Polls is currently admitting sentiments for different benevolences that feed the hungry.
It’s too early to call the race, but free pizza is going over pretty well with voters. Answers Duncombe, “The reaction[ from] folks in line has been great.”