Tony and Judy Pasquini appreciate the value of public television as well as good pizza. The mother-son duo who opened the first Pasquini's in Denver 25 years ago now run the homegrown Tony P's chain, and if you dine at either the Tony P's in Cherry Creek or the Tony P's in Uptown between 4 and 8 p.m. today, 10 percent of all purchases will benefit Colorado Public Television.
And your support could be rewarded with more than quality TV shows. See also: - Pasquini's changes names of LoHi, 17th Avenue spots to Tony P's - Pasquini's changes name of Cherry Creek spot to Tony P's - Raj Chohan leaving Colorado Inside Out for job as Weld County prosecutor
If you e-mail your Tony P's receipt back to CPT12 (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your name and contact information, you'll be entered into a drawing for a $25 Tony P's gift card!
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And yes, I have a conflict on this: For almost as long as Tony Pasquini has been serving pizza, I've been a regular on Colorado Inside Out, the weekly public affairs roundtable on CPT every Friday. Take home your pizza leftovers today; they'll be the perfect snack for watching the March 15 edition.