The owner of Flinchy’s in Camp Hill, Matt Flinchbaugh, recently opened up Home Slice at Walden in Mechanicsburg.

Good Samaritan Pizza Owner losing customers but giving to those in need

Penn Live reports that both businesses have been hit hard by the current crisis. “We have zero clients inside. Here at the pizza shop, we are intended for takeout and conveyance,” Flinchbaugh said. “That is the thing that 90 percent of the pizza organizations do, is convey and takeout.  So the pizza business is acceptable, however there are different parts of it are terrible. To the extent Flinchy’s, it’s taking on water like you wouldn’t accept.”


Net revenues are so low at Flinchy’s that Flinchbaugh isn’t sure what the future will hold for that business.

“Our lunch business is down,” Flinchbaugh said. “Individuals are telecommuting and they can’t come out to have so our lunch business is down presumably 90% I would state.”

Still even with the pandemic affecting the two his private companies, Flinchbaugh has figured out how to offer back to specialists on call ordinary.

“Consistently we convey pizza to either the clinic, nursing homes, police offices, fire corridors, any place we can, Shalom house, the inn in New Cumberland that is lodging homes less families in West Shore School District,” Flinchbaugh said.

He says giving back to the groups that help him keeps his soul high during this unsure time.

“With all the things that I have going on and the pressure and plausibility of losing my business if not both and the employments of my staff, driving those pies to the medical clinics and police offices causes me to feel great,” Flinchbaugh said. “I am ready to do it and I like to do it and it is something that keeps me sure.”

Companions began messaging requesting to contribute cash toward the conveyances. So Flinchbaugh piped the assets over to take care of the expense of pasta and sandwich/envelop plate for Medard’s House by New Cumberland and Shalom House in Harrisburg. Medard’s House serves youth, while Shalom House is an asylum for ladies and kids.

This story is motivating. Here we have a business battling to remain in business and thus they are serving others. Doing useful for others is hard at times, however when it originates from the heart it comes simple.

Lawrence Lease

Lawrence Lease is a writer for His work can also be seen in Cinema Gold, Blasting News, and The Washington Ledger. He is a proud cinephile and movie trivia fan.

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