Pizza Pizza and financial coach provide tips to stretch your family
activity dollars further
TORONTO, Feb. 11 /CNW/ - Between work, long commutes and the stresses of
every-day life, scheduling enough quality family time can be a challenge. For
years, Pizza Pizza has been bringing families together with quality food,
though family time doesn't have to be limited to the dinner table. To assist
families in spending more quality time together this Family Day, Pizza Pizza
has partnered with leading financial coach and chartered accountant, Robin
Taub, to provide consumers with ideas for fun and affordable activities that
work up a healthy appetite.
"Pizza is the perfect food for sharing and is great for families as it
can be customized to suit everyone's taste," said Pat Finelli, chief marketing
officer at Pizza Pizza. "This Family Day, we've enlisted the help of a
financial coach to recommend affordable activities that can keep the family
together while enjoying the day."
Robin's tips will be available through Pizza Pizza's newly designed
website at pizzapizza.ca and through the company's in-store circuit television
system. In addition to her affordable Family Day activities, Robin is also
providing consumers with general money saving tips and advice on how they can
better manage their personal finances.
In addition to Robin's tips, starting on Family Day, Pizza Pizza is
offering two-for-one movie passes from Cineplex Entertainment with select
"Spending time together as a family doesn't have to break the bank," said
Taub. "There are a number of activities both indoors and out that families can
engage in that not only allow them to spend quality time together, but are
also fun and affordable."
Robin's top five affordable Family Day activities this year:
- Skating: Indoor and outdoor rinks exist in most communities and in
most cases are free.
- Tobogganing: This is an easy, affordable way for active families to
spend some time together outdoors.
- Board games: A board game is an easy interactive way to spend some
quality time together. This option is especially good for families
who prefer staying indoors.
- Old family video marathon: Watching a series of your family videos is
an easy inexpensive way to reminisce and spend time together as
- Digital photography: The winter creates beautiful scenery that can
serve as a great back drop for family photos. Getting the family
together, finding some prime locations and snapping some shots is an
easy way to spend the day together and has the added bonus of
capturing memories for years to come.
For more affordable family activities and money saving tips from Robin,
About Robin Taub
Robin Taub, a chartered accountant and graduate of the Coaches Training
Institute (CTI) of California, is a leading professional in the field of
financial coaching. With an extensive background in finance, Robin became an
independent financial consultant in 1999 and established her financial
coaching practice in 2006. Since then she has been helping Canadians achieve
their personal and financial goals and has been regularly called upon by media
to discuss the far-reaching effects money has on people's lives. Robin's
unique background in finance and coaching allows her to help individuals and
families discover their personal and financial path to a more fulfilling life.
For more information on Robin and financial coaching visit www.robintaub.com.
About Pizza Pizza
Founded in 1967, Pizza Pizza is an industry pioneer and Canada's number
one pizza chain. With the 2007 acquisition of Pizza 73, a leader in western
Canada, Pizza Pizza operates more than 600 traditional and non-traditional
restaurants coast to coast. Pizza Pizza has introduced numerous innovations
such as whole-wheat, multi-grain dough, a gluten-free crust and the
elimination of industrially-added trans fats from all menu items. Through the
years, the company has been a loyal supporter of community groups, helping to
organize fundraisers, sponsoring events and supporting local projects at the
corporate and franchise level.
For further information:
For further information: Kathleen Stelmach, Torchia Communications,
Tel.: (416) 341-9929 Ext 227, Kathleen@torchiacom.com; Jason Chapman, Torchia
Communications, Tel.: (416) 341-9929 Ext 224, Jason@torchiacom.com