KENNEWICK, WA - If you eat at Pizza Hut or Papa John's Pizza this week, your bill could go to help people impacted by the Oso mudslide.
Papa John's Pizza says it plans to donate all of its profits from sales on Thursday, April 3rd, to the Salvation Army's Disaster Relief Fund.
Al Randazzo, Papa John's Franchise Business Director for the Western US says, "The loss these families are experiencing is devastating. Our gratitude, respect and admiration to all of the rescue workers and to the help the Salvation Army is providing. We are happy to be able to provide this kind of support with our sincerest sympathies to all the families."
On Thursday, all 40 Papa John's locations in Puget Sound, three in Spokane, and three in the Tri-Cities will take part.
Pizza Hut says it plans to donate half of its profits from sales on Wednesday, April 2nd and Thursday, April 3rd to the American Red Cross to help with the relief efforts.
Pizza Hut locations in the Columbia Basin, Seattle, and Spokane are taking part. The Pizza Hut in Smokey Point, closest to Oso, will donate 100% of its profits during the two day event.