More than one thousand people got free pizza Sunday to celebrate a new business.
That's about 300 pizzas. Marco's Pizza celebrated its grand opening in Moultrie this afternoon.
It's been open since late May, but today was the official welcome.
Shift leader Megan Lewis had been working there since 9 AM to prepare for events.
She says Marco's management is what keeps her going.
"I am most excited about the opportunities that it has presented to me in the future because we have great bosses. And they want to see us excel in the future," said Lewis.
The owner of the complex where Marco's Pizza is located said next to be built is a bowling alley coming in 2018. It will be right next door to the pizza chain.
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