Your Pie Cumming Soft Opening Garners $5K for No Longer Bound

The much anticipated grand opening of Your Pie Cumming, owned by Forsyth County’s own brothers Jason and Justin Patterson, began with a soft opening held during three consecutive days prior to the April 26th opening.   No Longer Bound (NLB) was chosen as the recipient of the Dine and Donate that Your Pie is known to host prior to officially opening a new restaurant.

“We were very excited to present a check for $5,172.07 to No Longer Bound,” stated Justin Patterson.  “The generosity of the folks that attended the soft opening was amazing and made this one of the most successful Dine and Donate events of Your Pie’s franchises in Georgia.”

“Both of us graduated from South Forsyth High School and have seen the effect that addiction can have on families,” added Jacob.  “It was easy for us to chose No Longer Bound as the beneficiary of the soft opening.”

NLB Board of Directors President Brian Richey was joined by Shawn Brown, NLB President, is expressing gratitude for the generous contribution made.

“The commitment to helping NLB was evident from the moment I met Justin and Jacob,” Richey explained.  “We are very grateful to them and all who participated in the soft opening for their generosity.”

According to the Patterson brothers, there will definitely be other opportunities for community fundraisers.  For now, the duo is working along with their staff to make Your Pie Cumming the place to go for great pizza.  The brothers also own Your Pie Roswell and Your Pie Milton.

About Your Pie Cumming

Your Pie Cumming provides diners the opportunity to create their own fresh pizza.  They provide the freshest ingredients and hand tossed dough, individually sized. The customer chooses the combinations and we deliver to the table hot from the 800 degree brick oven in just four minutes.   Your Pie Cumming is located at 655 Atlanta Rd, #607, Cumming, GA 30040.

About No Longer Bound

No Longer Bound offers a 12-month long, residential, regeneration process to rescue addicts, regenerate men, and reconcile families located in Forsyth County. 

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