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article imagePizza resto in NYC stays open during hurricane Sandy

By Owen Weldon     Oct 31, 2012 in World
New York - Uncle Paul's pizza located on 46th St. and Vanderbilt Ave. in New York City decided to stay open during Hurricane Sandy.
According to Yahoo, not only did the pizza place decide to stay open during the hurricane, but they managed to make more than 1,000 pizzas in 30 hours.
Dino Redzic, co-owner of Uncle Paul's, said that the business is less than four months old and they made more than 1,000 pizza pies with only five workers on clock.
According to Fox, Redzic said that it was their pleasure to be opened up for business during the hurricane and that people needed to eat and that it looked as if they were still the only people in the area open.
Redzic said that the staff made deliveries to Zone A, where JPMorgan Chase, Fox News, Met Life and Fox Business teams were reporting as the hurricane was rolling in.
Redzic said that some of the deliveries were made to Battery Park and Second Ave. and that the areas looked like a war zone. Redzic said that the FDR Drive and South Battery Park were under water. Redzic said that most of the orders were picked up.
Redzic also said that he and his employees were up for more than 30 hours, and if he had the manpower, they could keep on going, without slowing down, for days.
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