Written In The Stars: Pizza Hut Offers Valentine’s Horoscope Readings, Via The Wired Agency

Written In The Stars: Pizza Hut Offers Valentine’s Horoscope Readings, Via The Wired Agency
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Pizza Hut promises to reveal your future – whether it’s your one true love or a large meatlovers – in their newest campaign for Valentine’s Day.

In a first of its kind partnership orchestrated by The Wired Agency, Pizza Hut is joining astrological forces with Vogue, and Oprah Winfrey’s astrologer Lisa Stardust.

For free this Valentine’s Day, you can get a personalised horoscope reading.

Starting on Saturday, the social campaign will be seen on Pizza Hut’s social channels and app, promising to offer a glimpse into what the future holds for their Australian customers.

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