“The fact that in this process we are sharing something with others less fortunate, is creating true enthusiasm at every level,” Fash Asvadi told Circa. He's director of PizzaOvens.com and Italforni USA Ovens, two of the many pizza-making entities involved in the effort.
"It's hard work wrapping those pizza boxes and folding them, but it's fun," one volunteer told The Fontana Herald News.
"Pizza is an Italian food, but in the end, the US is the home of pizza," Christina Conlon, a Guinness World Records rep on-site, told local videographers during the event. "It feels fitting to me that the US finally should get involved in this actually very competitive category."
The social media videos and posts confirmed just how fun it was. Take a look at a few of them posted in the last day or so to see just how insane this effort was, and buy yourself a slice or two for lunch today to allay your own cravings.