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  • How Blaze cooks pizzas in 180 seconds

    Local franchise owner Chris Paphites at Blaze Pizza in the Harbison area explains how their pizzas can cook so quickly. Blaze is opening a second location in Columbia.

Local franchise owner Chris Paphites at Blaze Pizza in the Harbison area explains how their pizzas can cook so quickly. Blaze is opening a second location in Columbia. Janet Jones Kendall / The State
Local franchise owner Chris Paphites at Blaze Pizza in the Harbison area explains how their pizzas can cook so quickly. Blaze is opening a second location in Columbia. Janet Jones Kendall / The State

Free pizzas on Thursday at Columbia’s newest Blaze location

April 19, 2017 8:57 AM