Pizza Hut plans to reward America with free meals if any NFL participant manages to attain a touchdown in the first 14 seconds of this year's Super Bowl, like Devin Hester did at Super Bowl LII.
When Devin Hester of the Chicago Bears returned the opening kickoff and scored a only 14 seconds into Super Bowl XLI, he was the first and quickest participant to carry out such a feat in Super Bowl past.
But now, over a decade later, Hester says he’s prepared for somebody to surpass his milestone, and all so you may get a free two-topping pizza.
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On Monday, Pizza Hut — together with Hester — introduced Pizza Hut’s plans to reward America with free medium pizzas if any participant manages to achieve a score in beneath 14 seconds at Super Bowl LII.
“I'm teaming up with Pizza Hut to challenge players in this year's Big Game to score a touchdown faster than I did in 2007,” mentioned Hester in a press launch. “If they do, and I hope they do, Hut Rewards members will earn free pizza.”
Devin Hester of the Chicago Bears holds the report for the quickest landing in Super Bowl historical past, returning the opening kickoff in simply 14 seconds to offer the Chicago Bears an early lead towards the Indianapolis Colts. Just over a decade later, Pizza Hut has introduced that if any participant beats Hester's report, they will earn a free pizza by means of the chain's Hut Rewards program. (Reuters)
Casual Pizza Hut patrons ought to pay shut consideration to the wording Hester used in that final a part of his assertion: To qualify for his or her free pizzas, events want to enroll in Pizza Hut’s “Hut Rewards” loyalty program previous to the recreation. If Hester’s report is damaged, Pizza Hut deposit the free-pizza credit into the Hut Rewards members’ accounts.
Members will only be capable of redeeming their free pizzas between Feb. eight and Feb. 11, as per the conditions of the offer.
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Pizza Hut’s promotion may sound like a lengthy shot at first, however the chain claims it isn’t inconceivable. As the firm notes in its press launch, NFL players have scored touchdowns inside the first 14 seconds of a game on 15 separate events since 2011 alone, though by no means at a Super Bowl championship.[excerptlist num=6 display='Vertical' ]