MOD Pizza to recognize educators with free pizza on Tuesday

MOD Pizza, known for its individual artisan-style pizza and people-first culture, announced it will honor teachers nationwide with a free pizza or salad in celebration of “Teacher Appreciation Week.”

On Tuesday, all teachers and school staff are invited to drop by any MOD location — including in Bothell at 22833 Bothell Everett Hwy — and simply show their school identification to receive a free pizza or salad.

“MOD was built on the idea that taking care of people is good for business,” said co-founder Ally Svenson. “Teachers and school staff are so integral to building stronger communities and this is our small way of showing gratitude for their role in helping our kids learn and achieve their dreams. We hope that lots of these local heroes will take a moment to enjoy this treat on us.”

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