Xavier University gets North America’s first pizza ATM

No matter where you go in the United States, you will find people lining up, ordering and indulging in eating enormous amounts of pizza. It’s one of the most popular foods in the country.

Well, now students at Xavier University in Cincinnati will now get the chance to receive the meal in a unique way.

Business Insider reported the university has partnered with French company Paline to bring North America’s first pizza ATM to the school. The machine will work like a vending machine as it holds 70 pizzas at a time.

Students will use a touch screen to purchase one of the $10 pizzas, wait for it to warm up and then receive it in a cardboard box to share with their friends between classes or have a lonely Netflix and Chill night in their dorm rooms.

These pizza machines have been in Europe for the last 14 years and are typically in small towns, gas stations and pizzerias. However, this is a complete gamechanger for broke college students everywhere.

Of course, it’s no Domino’s, but Jennifer Paiotti, Xavier’s marketing director for auxiliary services, said that it is some of the best pizza she has ever had.

It is the best pizza I’ve ever had, and I hate to admit that as a New Yorker,” she told WCPO in Cincinnati.

Get ready, America. We are making our pizza great again, and it’s not because of Donald Trump.

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