The Fox’s Pizza Den system fosters a culture of civic engagement and community service. These are lasting characteristics that began over four decades ago, when the first Fox’s Pizza opened in the small town of Pitcairn, Pennsylvania, and continues to grow.
The franchisees in the Fox’s Pizza Den system are called upon to continue in the tradition of exhibiting leadership within their community, engaging in socially responsible, and active civil service.
The Fox’s Pizza Den franchisees make sure the Fox’s Pizza brand extends beyond their individual store. The highly recognizable logo is on baseball uniforms, stadium signs, programs and magazines, banners at high schools, fundraising posters, wearing apparel, and anywhere fox’s Pizza brand engages within the local community.
Check out the story about one of our very own franchisees…
“Tom is a great example of exhibiting socially responsible practice, a cornerstone of the culture we have fostered throughout our Fox’s Pizza system.” – Jim Fox, Sr., President of Fox’s Pizza
Recently, one of the Fox’s Pizza franchisees in Ligonier, PA was recognized nationally for his community involvement.
Tom Wynkoop was selected by the Huffington Post as a recipient of the State Farm Simple Acts of Kindness for the initiative he exhibited during the winter months when inclement weather prevented some of his customers from picking up their needed medication from local pharmacies. Once Tom heard of this situation, he took the initiative to pick up and deliver the medication to his customer’s homes. “Tom is a great example of exhibiting socially responsible practice, a cornerstone of the culture we have fostered throughout our Fox’s Pizza system. We encourage leadership not only in our stores, but on the community.” said Jim Fox, Sr., President Fox’s Pizza