From the Editor
Mellow Mushroom,with more than 180 restaurants in 21 states, announces its new A Pie for A Pie community giving program. For every stone-baked pie sold on Thursday, June 11, 2020, the Charleston area Mellow Mushroom store owners (North Charleston, Summerville and Charleston West Ashley locations), will donate pies toTricounty Family Ministries.
“At Mellow Mushroom, our local owner operators have built strong community connections, which has played a big role in the success of Mellow Mushroom over the years,” said Anne Mejia, Vice President of Brand Development. “The strength of this new giving program lies in the ability for our owners to contribute where it matters most in their hometowns.”
“Mellow Mushroom is delighted to launch A Pie for A Pie to help those within our local community,” said Michael Shemtov, a recentCharleston GritHidden F&Bpodcast guest and beloved local Mellow Mushroom owner. “We are grateful to so many people who have helped us survive this unprecedented time.”
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Mellow Mushroom was founded in Atlanta, Georgia in 1974 and today operates in 21 states under the name Home-Grown Industries of Georgia. Each Mellow Mushroom is locally owned and operated. For over 40 years, Mellow Mushroom has been serving up fresh, stone-baked pizzas to order in an eclectic, art-filled, and family-friendly environment.