Dion’s Pizza Launches Mobile App

New year, new way to order pizza. Dion’s Pizza has launched a mobile app designed to simplify and speed up the ordering process for customers, including:

  • The ability to save favorite orders or replicate a previous order.
  • Clear navigation for easy menu browsing and order personalization.
  • Submitting orders for quick pick up or placing in advance for a future time.
  • Bypassing the line at the register by picking up orders at the serving counter.

“Easy and convenient ordering options are a priority of ours, and we are excited the app offers a personalized and smooth experience for our customers,” Dion’s CEO Mark Herman said. “The app is important to us as we know people are on the go and time is valuable. Fortunately, there also isn’t a learning curve, as the app mirrors the Dion’s online ordering system, making it a familiar process for users.”
The app is currently available and can be downloaded from your mobile device’s app store.

About Dion’s
Dion’s was founded in 1978 by Jon Patten and Bill Scott in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Over 40 years, the company has grown to 23 stores, employs over 1,500 employees and has added locations in Colorado and Texas. Dion’s provides great food and a place for people to relax and connect with family and friends. We offer ease, simplicity and connection amidst the hustle and bustle of busy lives. We hold ourselves to an expectation of authenticity and excellence. Our employees, customers, and community members are partners in success. For more information, visit http://www.dions.com, call 505-858-1010, find us on Facebook: facebook.com/DionsPizza, Twitter & Instagram: @dionspizza, or download our mobile app for Apple or Android devices.

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