Godfather’s Pizza recognized for support of Fire Division Open House


By Greg Smart - gsmart@civitasmedia.com



Huber Heights Fire Chief Mark Ashworth (middle left) presented District Manager Jeff Jacobs (right) and Special Coordinator Dana Staup (middle right) with a plaque as Huber Heights Mayor Thomas McMasters (left) observes.


HUBER HEIGHTS — For the past three years, the Godfather’s Pizza in Huber Heights has assisted the Huber Heights Fire Divisision Open House by donating pizza to the event. Huber Heights Fire Chief Mark Ashworth said the success of the event has grown in recent years with an estimate of over 3000 people in attendance this year.

At the Huber Heights City Council meeting on Nov. 23, Ashworth presented District Manager Jeff Jacobs and Special Coordinator Dana Staup with a plaque in recognition Godfather’s Pizza as a supporter of the Huber Heights Fire Division. This year, Godfather’s Pizza served at no cost to the city or visitors 60 pizzas, which equates to at least 600 pieces of pizza with a value of well over $1000.

“That is a tremendous amount of support that Godfather’s provides for us,” said Ashworth.

“We’re just proud to be a part of the community,” said Staup. “It’s been great to be in Huber Heights. It’s been a great ride and we’re looking forward to the future.”

Huber Heights Fire Chief Mark Ashworth (middle left) presented District Manager Jeff Jacobs (right) and Special Coordinator Dana Staup (middle right) with a plaque as Huber Heights Mayor Thomas McMasters (left) observes.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2015/11/web1_Pizza122R.jpgHuber Heights Fire Chief Mark Ashworth (middle left) presented District Manager Jeff Jacobs (right) and Special Coordinator Dana Staup (middle right) with a plaque as Huber Heights Mayor Thomas McMasters (left) observes.

By Greg Smart

gsmart@civitasmedia.com

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