PZA, Patriotic Arms, Midtown Liquidation, Canyon Hills Plumbing provide more than 100 free pizzas to local veterans on Veterans Day

Two local veterans enjoy a free pizza on Veterans Day. Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

For the third consecutive year, PZA Oven Fried Goodness, Patriotic Arms, Midtown Liquidation, and Canyon Hills Plumbing joined together to provide free pizzas and beverages to veterans.

Veterans who visited PZA Oven Fried Goodness on Veterans Day were treated to a free salad, a large two-topping pizza, and a beverage. The cost was covered by the four businesses that participated. In addition, patrons made donations throughout the day to provide extra beverages to veterans.

Pictured with representatives from Toys for Tots are, from left, Jason Carroll of Canyon Hills Plumbing, Johnny Juarez of Patriotic Arms, Mike Simms of Midtown Liquidation, and Shannon Luna of PZA Over Fried Goodness. Photo provided by Judy Carroll.

According to PZA owners Joe and Shannon Luna, 136 veterans were served this year.

“We would like to thank Patriotic Arms, Midtown Liquidations, and Canyon Hills Plumbing for their contributions again this year,” Shannon Luna said. “A special thank you to Johnny and Veronica of Patriotic Arms for coming up with this idea three years ago.”

PZA Oven Fried Goodness, Patriotic Arms, and Midtown Liquidation are based in the City of Canyon Lake. Canyon Hills Plumbing is located in Canyon Hills in the City of Lake Elsinore.


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