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2010 New Year's Resolutions

First and foremost, I would like to Thank each and every one of you for being a part of my dream come true.  THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart for your love, loyalty and just being awesome customers, friends and co-workers.

2009 was here and gone with what seemed like the blink of an eye.  It was a whirlwind year for me personally, seeing Pizza Fusion grow to 20 stores and even open our first store internationally.  It's hard to believe that just over 3 1/2 years ago, Michael and I were banging nails and painting walls in our very first location in South Florida.  The ugly economic climate was filled with it's share of bumps and bruises but it is the kind of thing that can only make us all stronger. I am not really the type of person to reminisce about the "then" so I am very eager to get crackin' on 2010, or Twenny-Ten as I'm calling it.  So with that said... I am gonna plant some seeds for some awesome resolutions for 2010. Some may call them resolutions, I prefer to call them reminders on how to make the New Year a better one for you, your family and the planet:

  • Boycott Chemical & GMO Foods - "EAT MORE ORGANIC" (the obvious one)

  • Give Up Plastic (and paper) Bags

  • REfuse - Just say NO to "stuff" like styrofoam cups

  • Lose Weight - Eat more fresh organic veggies and fruits

  • Green Your Cubicle - Spread the love and the message to the workplace!

  • Get Involved! - Get out of the house and help any charity in your community

  • Learn to Recycle Something New - It's all about learning!

  • Stick to it! - Do more than make your list... cross every item off!

  • Support Socially Responsible Businesses - Create the change you wish to see in the world!

  • Simply make a personal promise to be better than you were last year.

Wishing you all a very safe and Happy New Year's Eve and a new year filled with love, abundance and prosperity!


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