Honor Mesa Police and Fire at FREE community safety event this Saturday!

 

WHO: Organ Stop Pizza and 100 Club of Arizona

WHAT: Safety Fair to Support Local Firefighters and Police

WHEN: September 15, 2012, 2-5pm

WHERE: Organ Stop Pizza
1149 East Southern Avenue Mesa, AZ 85204 (SW corner of Southern/Stapley)

CALL: (480) 813-5700

 

WHY: Join the 100 Club of Arizona, Mesa Police and Fire Departments and Organ Stop Pizza for a Community Safety fair at the Mesa pizza joint on Saturday, September 15th from 2-5p.m. To celebrate the end of a month long competition between police and fire, Organ Stop Pizza will host this free, family-friendly event in their parking lot on the SW corner of Southern and Stapley in Mesa. The public is invited to come out for family fun activities including karaoke, public safety displays and demonstrations, and a chance to test drive a Ford Escape.

At the Fair, the winner of Organ Stop Pizza’s Red vs. Blue Pizza Challenge will be announced. Since August 18, customers have been able to vote for their favorite public safety agency by ordering their choice of four specially designed police and fire pizzas with 20% of proceeds benefiting the 100 Club. The winning pizza will be added to the Organ Stop Pizza menu until the end of October and continue to the benefit the nonprofit organization that provides assistance to the families of fallen and injured officers and firefighters.

With free parking and admission, the Community Fair will feature live entertainment, giveaways, health and safety information and an exciting pizza eating contest between police and fire. In addition, the public can view and explore police and fire vehicles including a police stunt vehicle. Sparky the Mesa Fire dog will be there to interact with families, and Mesa motor officers will offer complimentary check car seats for safety precautions. Police Explorers will be onsite selling popcorn and snow cones to benefit the 100 Club, plus don’t miss out on giveaway treats from Blue Bell Ice Cream.

Organ Stop Pizza is celebrating 40 years in the Valley. Home to the nation’s largest Wurlitzer pipe organ, the unique pizza restaurant is a favorite entertainment destination for all ages. Along with pizza, they offer pasta, appetizers, a salad bar, ice cream and beer/wine and soft drinks. Everything from Bach to rock is played by professional organist to crowds of up to 700 people every night. They are a cash or check business. No debit or credit cards accepted but an ATM is available in the lobby. For more information, go to www.organstoppizza.com or email admin@organstoppizza.com

The 100 Club of Arizona is a nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to public safety officers and firefighters when they are seriously injured or killed in the line of duty, and provides resources to enhance their safety and welfare. It was started in 1965, became a 501(c)(3) in 1968, and has given more than $6 million in financial support to Arizona’s men and women who stand behind the badge. For more information, log on to www.100club.org or email info@100club.org.

 

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