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WE have teamed up with Pizza Delivery Chain of the Year, Papa John's, to offer every reader a free pizza to celebrate the launch of its Everyman charity week.

The company has teamed up with the Everyman Male Cancer Campaign and is giving the charity 50p for each Papa John's Everyman Pizza sold.

Now you can experience the award-winning, 100 per cent fresh dough pizzas with this fantastic offer while helping to raise money for Everyman. The pizza experts are offering every reader who purchases a full priced Everyman Pizza from their menu, a free Papa John's pizza of their choice.* The Everyman Campaign is dedicated to stamping out male cancer by helping everyone recognise the tell-tale signs, and understand the importance of treating them. By increasing this awareness they hope to raise money to fund lifesaving research. Manjinder Bath, manager of Papa John's Cheylesmore, said: "The Everyman Campaign is a fantastic cause worth supporting. Research into male cancers remains severely under-funded and is ten years behind that of some other cancers and this is something they are dedicated to redressing.

"Once we decided to support Everyman we knew that the best way would be to look to our strengths - and this is why we launched our Everyman Pizza."

The Everyman Pizza is a delicious combination of smoky meatballs, onions, red and green peppers.

To find outmore and check out Papa John's brilliant range of pizzas visit

To redeem your Buy One Get One free Papa John's pizza, simply cut out the voucher printed here and take it to: Papa John's Cheylesmore, 156-160 Quinton Park Coventry CV3 5HZ. 024 76 505 999 Order online at and enter the promo code AAFREEREAD03 - and remember to keep your voucher to present to the delivery driver.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Nov 23, 2009
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