Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

Business

November 8, 2013

Pizza King is Greensburg’s newest hotspot

GREENSBURG – Enhanced Telecommunications Corporation (ETC), in partnership with Pizza King, is pleased to announce the addition of a new Hotspot to the Greensburg area.

Since opening its Greensburg doors in 1975, Pizza King has been dedicated to selling delicious food that meets the highest standards of quality and freshness. In an effort to meet the restaurant’s mission of staying “fresh, exciting and on the cutting edge of the hospitality industry,” Pizza King recently installed a new wi-fi feature.

“We are now offering free, wireless internet to our customers,” said Lisa Sizemore, co-owner. “We think patrons will definitely take advantage of this new service.”

Customers with a laptop or other wireless internet enabled device have access to the Hotspot feature. Just stop in at 1005 N Lincoln St. Doors open at 11 a.m. daily. Closing time is 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 12 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Customers can also ring the King at 663-7677.

Other ETC-powered hotspots include Absolute Style, Buffalo Wings & Rings, Dairy Point, The Dawg Haus Diner, Decatur County Family YMCA, Greensburg Community Bread of Life Soup Kitchen, Greensburg City Park (seasonal), Greensburg Learning Center, Knights of Columbus, Lincoln Street Grill, Ponderosa, Somethin’s Perkin’, Stories’ Restaurant and West Main Street Laundromat.

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