Pizza Nova Turns Well-known Jingle right into a Ringtone

Pizza Nova, the venerable pizza chain with greater than 150 shops and concession areas in southern Ontario, Canada, has turned its well-known TV industrial jingle into a hoop tone in celebration of its sixtieth anniversary.

The well-known “439-Oh-Oh-Oh-Oh Pizza Nova” jingle turned obtainable by way of Spotify, Apple Music and the iTunes Retailer in early February. It serves as “an ode to the corporate’s heritage and keenness for household, pals and scrumptious pizza,” in keeping with a press launch.

“Good issues final,” Domenic Primucci, president of Pizza Nova, stated. “Trying again, we’re extraordinarily grateful to my father and our founder, Sam Primucci, for uplifting the creation of a jingle that displays the timelessness and high quality of our pizza and is woven into the material of our communities. These are classics—for each the tastebuds and the earbuds.”

Created in 1987, the legendary jingle was written and produced by Syd Kessler, sung by Canadian musician Alfie Zappacosta and has been used within the firm’s commercials ever since.

The ringtone launch kicked off Pizza Nova’s sixtieth anniversary celebration that can run all year long.

“We’re setting the tone, so to talk, and may’t wait to share with you what’s subsequent,” Primucci stated.

Sam Primucci was lately shortlisted as a prime 75 finalist for this yr’s Prime 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards. He was 12 years outdated when his household immigrated to Canada from Palazzo San Gervasio, Italy. He and his brothers launched Pizza Nova in Could 1963.

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