ANNAPOLIS, Md. (7News) — After visiting the Ledo Pizza in Oxon Hill, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced a new vaccine incentive provided by a well-known Maryland company.
Ledo Pizza says it will be giving away a free eight-inch pizza to residents who get their first COVID-19 vaccine dose in Maryland during the months of May and June.
As a proud Maryland company, we stand by the efforts of the dedicated professionals and leaders who have made this vaccination effort possible,” said James Beall, CEO of Ledo Pizza. “We encourage our fellow Marylanders to go out and get the vaccine.
The incentive program is set to begin on Thursday, May 13, and will run until June 30, 2021, or until at least 10,000 free pizzas have been handed out.
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“Maryland businesses have risen to the occasion time and time again throughout this pandemic, and offering incentives for vaccinations is another way they are stepping up,” said Governor Hogan. “I want to thank the team at Ledo Pizza for reaching out to us and offering to be part of this vaccination campaign. We encourage businesses across the state to offer incentives for both their customers and their employees to get vaccinated. The sooner we get more Marylanders vaccinated, the sooner we can bring this pandemic to an end.”
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