#NationalPizzaDay Celebration!!!

Our Harrisonburg team loves to come together to eat and celebrate food, and what better way than to celebrate #NationalPizzaDay while also supporting a small business client. This year we got Margherita and Meat Lovers Pizza from Brother’s Pizza. Thanks Brother’s! It was delicious. When Brother’s pizza found their new home in Harrisonburg they needed assistance navigating the local building code approval process to make a few changes to their space. We worked with them to find the most economical way to increase function and to improve accessibility into their building.

Did you know that pizza was invented in Naples, Italy as a fast, affordable, tasty meal for working-class Neapolitans on the go?

As the year goes on we will continue to look for fun ways like #NationalPizzaDay to support locally owned businesses, our clients, and our community. This is the heart of who we are as a firm. We believe that to build a stronger and more resilient community, we have to invest ourselves and our dollars in the local communities where we work, live, and play.

You don’t even need to spend money to support local businesses that you love – you can just write online reviews telling others why you love these businesses.

Not even knowing that it was Pizza Day, Asha happened to bring her own homemade dairy-free pizza for lunch.

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