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Little Caesars Love Kitchen serves free pizza to less fortunate in Shreveport

The Little Caesars Love Kitchen roll into the Providence House today to provide fresh Little Caesars pizza meals for approximately 225 people in need.
The Little Caesars Love Kitchen roll into the Providence House today to provide fresh Little Caesars pizza meals for approximately 225 people in need.

A pizza kitchen on wheels, the Little Caesars Love Kitchen travels across the continental United States and Canada meeting the needs of the hungry, the homeless and disaster survivors.

"The Love Kitchen was created to provide quality meals for people who need them," said Little Caesars franchisee Neil Patel.

Neil operates the local Little Caesars stores in Shreveport with his brother, Vinnie Patel.

"As members of the area business community, it's important for us to support people when they need it and help make the community stronger," Vinnie said. "We're excited to support this program with food and staff to provide a quality meal for people who otherwise may not get one."

The Little Caesars Love Kitchen has fed more than two million people in 48 states and four Canadian provinces. It has also responded to disasters such as the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma, the hurricanes in the East and on the Gulf Coast, the site of the World Trade Center attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, and the 1995 Federal Building bombing in Oklahoma City. Established by Little Caesars in 1985, the Love Kitchen exemplifies Little Caesars strong tradition of giving back to America's communities.


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