Mogo & Community Pizzeria to offer FREE #mogoritapizza at Italian Day on June 14

Who said there’s no such thing as free lunch/pizza? This Sunday Mogo on Commercial Drive has partnered up with the Community Pizzeria Food Truck to offer existing member and members who sign up that day free pizza slices of #mogoritapizza (a play on Margherita Pizza) during Italian Day (www.italianday.ca) on Sunday, June 14.

Community Pizzeria

We got up close and personal with the food truck and made our own pizza. Rest assured that it will be the pros and not I that will be making your pizza Sunday. Things I learned? Do not touch the metal part of the pizza stick (ouch), there can be too much cheese (=soupy pizza), basil can burn and taste acrid, be gentle with the dough or there will be leaky holes, practice makes perfect, and even ugly pizza tastes good.

Community Pizzeria

Community Pizzeria

Mogo’s #MogoPerks program emphasizes a “Do More, Spend Less” lifestyle — Mogo (www.mogo.ca). Canada’s leading online financial services provider encourages members to “Uncredit Card” their life.  Sign up before online at www.mogo.ca and you’ll have a VIP, fast-track lineup with a coupon you can print or download to their phones.

Community Pizzeria

Community Pizzeria

You do not need to be an existing MogoMember to get free pizza. Non-members can sign up for free to become MogoMembers with no obligation and get priority access to FREE #mogoritapizza. By signing up, MogoMembers also get front-of-the-line access to Canada’s only Prepaid Visa MogoCard with no monthly fees when it drops in October.

Who: Mogo (www.mogo.ca) and Community Pizzeria food truck
What: FREE #MogoRitapizza at Italian Day (http://italianday.ca/)
When: Sunday, June 14 from 12 pm until supplies last
Where: Outside the Mogo Store on The Drive (1850 Commercial Drive, between 2nd & 3rd Aves.)
Cost: FREE!

About Mogo

  • Signing up to be a MogoMember is free at Mogo.ca
  • Once you sign up, you can access the entire range of MogoMoney products and services, should you want/need them to #uncreditcardyourlife
  • By signing up at Mogo.catoday, you’ll be first in line for the MogoCard, Canada’s first free Prepaid Visa Card with no monthly fees to help you stay in control of your spending
  • A socially responsible lender, Mogo’s unique Level Up Program enables MogoMembers in good standing to “level up” to more loan options that include lower rates, higher amounts and longer terms, helping you to break the cycle of debt 

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ABOUT MOGO
Mogo’s mission is to leverage technology and design to offer socially responsible financial solutions that help Canadians stay in control of their financial health. Our proprietary online lending platform brings consumers a new level of convenience, simplicity and transparency compared with traditional financial services firms. We offer credit to the full spectrum of consumers regardless of credit score and at rates that we believe are generally lower than the rates charged by traditional institutions for comparable products. Our solution includes our free prepaid Mogo Visa card that offers consumers a responsible alternative to credit cards, as well as our unique Level Up program that provides them with a clear path to even lower rates over time. These advantages have allowed us to originate over 900,000 loans and acquire more than 100,000 members.

ABOUT COMMUNITY PIZZERIA

Community Pizzeria is an authentic Neapolitan-style wood-fired pizza truck. Traditional Neapolitan-style pizza is thin crust pizza topped with only the best authentic Italian ingredients and baked at 900º F in a wood-fired oven for 60–90 seconds. This produces a crispy yet tender crust with the integrity of all flavors maintained due to the brief cooking time. We use traditional Italian ingredients that have been locally sourced to ensure freshness. Our crusts are made from scratch and hand tossed using traditional Italian recipes learned from some of the top pizzaiolos in the world.

 

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