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Tony Boloney’s + Slice App Team Up to Create Buddy The Elf-Inspired Pie

by Victoria Marie Moyeno
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Tony Boloney’s is known for innovative twists in classics eats like pizza, subs, fries, and wings. After all, it created the taco pie: a true New Jersey treasure. Now, just in time for the holidays, the pizzeria teamed up with Slice, the pizza loyalty program app, to offer something creative, memorable, and definitely tasty. If you’ve watched Elf, the iconic Christmas movie starring Will Ferrell, then you know about the four main food groups of Elves: “candy, candy canes, candy corn, and syrup!” Now, imagine that, on a pizza. We’re here to tell you that these two businesses have come together to create a ‘Buddy the Elf’ pizza.

tony boloneys slice buddy the elf pie

The seasonal pie is made with Buddy’s main food groups, candy, candy canes, candy corn, and syrup. A dream come true for anyone with a sweet tooth.

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The seasonal specialty pie is available for purchase through the Slice app throughout the holiday season. Shipping is also available nationwide: the pizza will be made fresh to order and flash frozen, so you can send the Buddy the Elf Pizza as a one-of-a-kind Christmas surprise to friends and family in any state.

About Slice

Serial tech entrepreneur Ilir Sela started the Slice app to modernize and support his family’s New York City pizzerias. A 2021 winner of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies Award, Slice works with over 16,000 independent pizzerias with the modern tools that have allowed major pizza chains to lead the market. By uniting these small businesses with specialized technology, marketing, data insights, and shared services, all at industry-low flat-rate pricing, Slice enables them to serve their digitally-minded customers and move away from 3rd party apps, according to the website.

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