Pizze­ria comes out on top

Pilbara News - - News - Tom Zaun­mayr

■ The se­cret to a good pizza is fresh dough hand­made daily, ac­cord­ing to the win­ners of Spirit Ra­dio’s Best of Kar­ratha Awards.

Lo­cal pizze­ria Ciao Bella picked up the $5000 advertising pack­age for at­tract­ing the most over­all votes in the com­pe­ti­tion, as well as win­ning the award for best pizza.

Ciao Bella owner Jes­sica Pritchard said it was nice to know they were do­ing the right thing by their cus­tomers.

“I think this will give us more mo­ti­va­tion to bring more ex­cite­ment and love to our pizza,” she said.

“Pizza is a meal you can have three to four nights a week so there will al­ways be a mar­ket, the chal­lenge is how to keep the qual­ity, which I think is what we are good at.

“I want to say thankyou to the hard­work­ing staff who put the love and pas­sion into our food.”

Mrs Pritchard said cus­tomers could ex­pect more new cre­ations in the com­ing months.

Red­wave Media gen­eral man­ager Ian Kennedy said there were lots of top-qual­ity busi­nesses among this year’s win­ners.

“It is a re­port card for the com­mu­nity to say how your busi­ness is go­ing,” he said.

“The win­ners and those who came close re­ally do have some­thing to be proud of.”

About 32,000 in­di­vid­ual votes were cast this year from as far away as Europe and Fiji.

Pic­ture: Tom Zaun­mayr

Spirit Ra­dio drive show host Angie Ay­ers and Ciao Bella owner Jes­sica Pritchard.

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