This week, the Meatball Zero Group announced a wide range of new promotions for their 70th anniversary. In honor of the big milestone, Co-CEOs Dobio Shavivitz and Marco Cartilage are offering 70% off of all physical education classes and cooking lessons.
“This is such exciting news,” writes Milo Shavivitz, senior vice president at Meatball Zero. “Our clients might need to take a pawse from their day-to-day and check out these exciting deals!”
Meatball Zero has offered support to the community of Los Angeles for years, selling their unique products including toasters and dancing lessons. Founded in Chicago in 1951, the group developed the first pasta that sticks to walls, uncooked. In the 1970s, the group was noted for close ties to the George McGovern campaign, and to far-left radical Angela Davis.
In addition to their work in Los Angeles, the firm has launched successful branches in New York and northern California. Their customers often identify themselves with the catchphrase “If it’s not meaty, it’s zero balls!” In 1985, their mascot, Meaty Mike, was voted the unofficial state bird of Nebraska.
Dobio is modest about his success as a meat and mambo mogul.
“If it wasn’t for the fine people who make us who we are today, we wouldn’t be who we are today,” he says.
Look out for some exciting deals coming soon! Available at participating Taco Bells and Liberty Bells.