Lakecity pizza tops in poll

Red Tomato Pies in Williams Lake is leading the voting for favourite pizza in all of Canada this week.

Red Tomato Pies in Williams Lake is leading the voting for favourite pizza in all of Canada this week.

The pizza restaurant is asking supporters to continue voting for them in the Pizza Hall of Fame contest sponsored by Saputo Dairy Products Canada.

The gang at Red Tomato Pies has a robust promotion happening with the words “Vote for the love of your country, vote for the love of your city, vote for the love of pizza, vote for Red Tomato Pies, Vote Hard.”

“That’s exciting,” says co-owner Amber Akerson. “We’ve been flipping between one and two for the past week but the last three days we’ve been number one.”

She says the only way they can win is if everyone continues to vote for them at www.pizzahalloffame.ca.

The voting ends this Friday, Dec. 6 at 11:59 p.m.

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