Happy Joe's helps respond to Incredible Pizza closing Print
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Written by Kristel Ersan   
Friday, 05 October 2012 13:51
Happy Joe's would like to help any families or individuals who purchased recent offers from
Incredible Pizza.

If you have purchased gift cards, parties, or any of the recent discounted offers from Incredible
Pizza or a media promotion for products or services at Incredible Pizza, Happy Joe's is prepared to
do the following:

1. Anyone who received the birthday offer where you were to send in your child’s photograph,
and one photo a month was chosen for a birthday party for 10, bring your certificate in to
Happy Joe's at 201 West 50th Street in Davenport, and we will honor it for just $25. All of our
services and products are not the same as Incredible Pizza’s, but our birthday parties will
include, pizza, Happy Joe's new Joegurt product, and tokens, as well as some complimentary
climbing passes to our new Jungle Mountain Rock Climbing Walls. For individuals or
families who purchased $50 gift certificates for the $25, we will redeem those at a $25 value
at Happy Joe's at 201 W. 50th Street in Davenport. You will at least get your $25 back in
Happy Joe's services.

2. If you are currently holding one of the plastic Incredible Pizza cards that were typically used
for tokens, Happy Joe's will be happy to give you $5 in tokens in exchange for those cards.

3. All of these offers are good at the Happy Joe's located at 201 West 50 th Street in Davenport
(the one with Jungle Bungle).

If you have any questions regarding Happy Joe's and the Incredible Pizza exchange, please call
563-386-1766 and ask for Jenny, Jenn, or Luke. These offers go into effect Monday, October 8, 2012,
and will be offered through December 31, 2012. If you want to use your discount or credit for a
party after December 2012, we will be happy to apply it to your reservation as long as it is booked
before the end of this year.

Kristel Whitty-Ersan, Marketing Director for Happy Joe's Pizza & Ice Cream Parlor stated, “We hope
this helps individuals who have spent their hard-earned money on entertainment for their children
to feel like they can at least get something back for it, and not disappoint their kids.”
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