Over the next three days, the NCAA March Madness Men's Basketball Tournament will always have a big Final Four showdown, and there are certainly some fans who are totally distracted.
They are still grumpy that they were unable to crack a few Pizza Hut Pie Tops II.
These jazzy numbers contain a Bluetooth enabled button on the
Tongue automatically ordering a Pizza Hut cake when pressed. Press the appropriate button and it will pause your TV, apparently so you can answer the door for delivery
And of course, when Pizza Hut started offering shoes online on March 1
Ramblers have put in the tournament.
So you're losing, right?
That's what you would have thought. But during the Final Four battle, Pizza Hut still faces
has four pairs of coveted Pie Tops II, designed by the equally coveted Dominic Chambrone known as a shoe surgeon. These shoes will be auctioned at 23:59. on Monday, April
2, shortly after the game will (probably) end.
To bid, all buyers need to visit eBay.com/PieTops and take a risk. The efforts of eBay for Charity began earlier
this week. Talk about March Madness.
The proceeds go to the Pizza Hut's Book It! Organization that has fostered the love of reading to so many 65 million for 33 years
Children. In 2016, Pizza Hut launched the "Literacy Project" to raise awareness of the importance of reading children. Every bit of what eBay auction site gets will go to First Book
Agency that delivers books to children.
"This year's tournament has again had many memorable moments and fans gathering to see the Final Four, Pizza Hut
I wanted to give them a "last chance" to win a pair of our Pie Tops II, "said Zipporah Allen, Pizza Hut's chief marketing officer, who took advantage of the obvious link between the college
Tournaments and the last few pizza shoes. Pizza Hut is the official pizza of the NCAA Final Four.
Marketing Daily inquired how the
Auctioneers will know that the four lucky bidders will have eight lucky feet that match the only four remaining pairs of Pie Tops II. The people of Pizza Hut did not return the call.