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Unwavering gratitude for timeless heroes


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Some heroes deserve to be shown appreciation more than once, and it is an absolute honour to thank those who sacrificed everything in their lives to ensure a bright future for us. And so, Gamma Pizzakraft Lanka Ltd., currently the sole franchisee for Pizza Hut and Taco Bell in Sri Lanka, once again embarked on an initiative to improve the lives of disabled soldiers who reside at the Senapura Camp of the Gajaba Regiment Galnewa.  

They put into motion a plan to construct a special dormitory and washroom complex at the Senapura Camp of the Gajaba Regiment Galnewa to show these heroes their appreciation. 

Gamma Pizzakraft Lanka Ltd. CEO Yasa Nadaraja stated: “It was a project fuelled through the generous hearts of the Gamma family where we experienced moments of joy as we handed over the completed property to the regimental head quarter battalion of the Gajaba Regiment.”

“All of us consider it an incredible honour and privilege to be alive today, to be able to show our appreciation to the heroes of this wonderful nation. We owe our happiness and our lives to them. This is simply our way of giving back,” said Gamma Pizzakraft Lanka Ltd. Director – Human Resources Kaushal Mendis.


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