Pizza Hut Hopes to Score With Name Change Ahead of Super Bowl

To commemorate the big game next week, a popular pizza chain is changing its name.
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To commemorate the big game next week, a popular pizza chain is changing its name.

Pizza Hut in Atlanta is temporarily becoming "Pizza Hut Hut" in honor of their partnership with the NFL. The chain is an official sponsor of Super Bowl LIII.

Pizza Hut Hut anticipates it will sell around 1.5 million pies during the big game.

This comes after IHOP’s infamous decision to change its name to IHOB last year, in an effort to promote its new burger line.

Super Bowl LIII takes place Sunday, Feb. 3, at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

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