Pizza Patrón sponsors Fiesta Patrias at Lone Star Park

Huge celebration takes place Fiestas Patrias

DALLAS  – September 25, 2011 –  Every year Pizza Patrón upholds the long standing tradition of celebrating Fiesta Patrias and this year was no different as well over 25,000 people joined not only Pizza Patrón but other DFW vendors and radio stations. The celebration held at the Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, TX offered live music and other entertainment like exhibits, games, raffles and food and product samples.

As one of the many sponsors to attend the event, Pizza Patrón set out to create strong presence by hosting multiple games such as the always popular prize wheel and soccer goal kick. Each offering families and participants the opportunity to score great prizes like a FREE Medium Pizza coupon, FREE Churros coupon or even a free limited edition Pizza Patrón branded t-shirt. The booth was  once again a crowd pleaser, often boasting some of the longest lines.

Staff also positioned fully wrapped vehicles at the entrances and other strategic areas to promote brand awareness and complement the multiple banners installed throughout the event space.

The Patrón tent was a nonstop flurry of excitement and long after the rest of the tents and booths had been taken down, the Pizza Patrón’s tent was still going strong as a small loyal crowd gathered in the area as the DJ played Reggatón beats and gave out the final prizes to conclude the day of celebration.


About Pizza Patrón

Since 1986, Pizza Patrón has been committed to offering high-quality pizza at industry-leading values with its trademark “friendly, bicultural service.”  In 2007, the company drew international media attention when it decided to accept Mexican Pesos at all of its restaurants, gaining over 500 million media impressions in the U.S. alone.  Today, Pizza Patrón is the nation’s premier Latino pizza brand offering its piping hot LISTA-NOW READY™ pepperoni pizzas, made with the company’s signature fresh-dough crust, for as low as $4.99 all day, every day.