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The Original Kono Pizza Launches New Mobile App

Now it will be easier than ever to find a Kono Pizza location with the launch of their new mobile app. In addition to showing you where Kono Pizza will be inside Beaver Stadium and where their truck is parked in State College, Pennsylvania, mobile ordering will allow you to order in advance for easy and fast pick-up.

Consumers can also view the menu and request catering right from their phone. They will also have access to money-saving coupons and be the first to know about Kono Pizza promotions.

Co-founders David Ragosa and Carlo Ruggiero announced they are rolling out the app in phases. According to Ragosa and Ruggiero, “We are so excited to launch the app in State College, PA and then expand it nationally with many new and exciting functions that will make it easier for our customers to enjoy our Kono Pizza cones.”
We are so excited to launch the app in State College, PA and then expand it nationally with many new and exciting functions that will make it easier for our customers to enjoy our Kono Pizza cones.

One key new feature that will be available shortly is the ability for pizza lovers to pay in advance right from their phone. This will make it easier and faster for everyone.

The Kono cone is pizza reinvented. The unique cones were created to provide consumers with authentic Italian pizza made from only high-quality ingredients, with mobility in mind,

To learn more about The Original Kono Pizza, visit www.konopizzausa.com. For more information about the Original Kono Pizza, including franchise opportunities, visit franchise.konousa.com or call (855) 566-6872.

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