Get your pizza recipe on the menu at Sauce Pizza & Wine! - Tucson News Now

Get your pizza recipe on the menu at Sauce Pizza & Wine!

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Your tasty creations could be featured on the menu at Sauce Pizza & Wine, and the money goes to a good cause. 

For National Pizza Month, Sauce is holding their annual build-your-own pizza contest. 

You can submit your favorite pizza recipes at one of the restaurants or on Sauce's Facebook page. 

If your pizza is the winner, it will be added to the menu through November and for every purchase,  $1 will go to the charity of your choice. 

The winner will also get a $200 gift card. 

Chef John May stops by Fox 11 Daybreak to tell us about the contest and gives us a look at the new menu rolling out soon.

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