Pizza for pennies if Hogs upset Auburn

By: Andrew Hutchinson
Published: Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Rolf Wilkin, owner of Eureka Pizza, talks Thursday morning about the details of the 40 solar panels he had installed on the top of Eureka Pizza on N Leverett Ave in Fayetteville.  Wilkin says he expects to make up the money he invested in the panels in about 5 years.
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Rolf Wilkin, owner of Eureka Pizza, talks Thursday morning about the details of the 40 solar panels he had installed on the top of Eureka Pizza on N Leverett Ave in Fayetteville. Wilkin says he expects to make up the money he invested in the panels in about 5 years.

— A Fayetteville restaurant is offering pizza for next to nothing if Arkansas beats No. 6 Auburn Saturday.

According to Eureka Pizza's advertisement, "when" the Razorbacks pull off the upset, the restaurant will sell large pizzas for one penny for every point Arkansas scores in the game. For example, if Arkansas wins and scores 21 points, large pizzas will cost 21 cents.

The offer will be available Monday at the Leverett Avenue location. The first 1,000 customers will be eligible to purchase one pizza each.

Despite Eureka Pizza's confidence, Auburn is favored by 20.5 points, according to Bovada.

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