BROADVIEW HEIGHTS—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) welcomed PizzaFire to Broadview Heights by attending their ribbon cutting and presenting a commendation. PizzaFire, owned and operated by Dante DiVieste and Don Spence, specializes in fresh ingredients and fast service, cooking their pizzas in only 180 seconds.

“I am pleased to welcome PizzaFire to Broadview Heights,” said Rep. Anielski. “The pizza is delicious and is quickly prepared for you. Their philanthropic nature at the ribbon cutting will assist many children with summertime memories.”

The grand opening was also an opportunity to display their dedication to philanthropy as well. During the location’s opening week, 30 percent of proceeds were donated to the Muscular Dystrophy Association to support their MDA Summer Camp.

“We want to thank PizzaFire for supporting our local Muscular Dystrophy Association. It means so much to not only our family, but many local families that MDA serves. The support of PizzaFire and the community will help MDA to sponsor possible therapies and cures, but also host patients from ages five to 17 to attend a week long camp at Camp Cheerful in Strongsville,” said Brian Wolf, a local father and parent to a child with Muscular Dystrophy. “The campers get to swim every day, ride horses, canoe, fish and experience a 50-foot climbing tower. As the PizzaFire ovens are heating up, the MDA kids will get to enjoy some of that sizzle at camp.”

The Broadview Heights location is at 4101 East Royalton Road.

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