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Are you “devoted to pizza”? Is pizza “bae“? Do you have an overwhelming desire to make your love affair with the cheesy Italian pie known to the general public?
If you answered yes to one or more of the above (and are willing to deep-dish out between $6 and $170), then Pizza Hut has the answer to your pepperoni prayers.
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The company has just rolled out Hut Swag, the bro-tastic line of apparel and accessories which includes tanks, tees, scarves, sunglasses, snapbacks — even bed linens and skateboards — so you can wear your artery-clogged, pizza-loving heart on your sleeve.
Pizza Hut may be a little late to the fast-food-as-clothing game (remember McDonald’s limited-edition apparel?), and stars like Cara Delevingne, Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry have all previously showcased their love in the form of onesies and tees. But the company is definitely on board for a good cause. According to the Hut Swag site, “all funds raised in the U.S. will be donated to WFP,” a charity which aims to end hunger by providing meals to those in need.
In other words, if anyone tries to dis your Hut Swag (a very probable situation), you can comeback with, “It’s for a good cause.” Nice move, Pizza Hut.
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