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Join the Movement: Petition for Wheelchair Accessibility at Salvatore's Old Fashioned Pizzeria

Updated: Jun 23, 2023


Inclusivity and accessibility are essential pillars of a compassionate and equitable society. Unfortunately, many establishments still fall short in providing equal access for individuals with disabilities. One such establishment is Salvatore's Old Fashioned Pizzeria, which currently lacks wheelchair accessibility at its entrance. In an effort to address this issue and promote inclusivity, I have started a petition to bring about change. Join the movement and add your signature to the petition, amplifying the voice of the community and urging Salvatore's to rectify this situation. Sign the petition here: [].

A Barrier to Inclusion:

Salvatore's Old Fashioned Pizzeria, a popular local eatery, has been unintentionally excluding individuals with disabilities, particularly those who rely on wheelchairs. The absence of wheelchair accessibility at its entrance creates a significant barrier, preventing these individuals from enjoying the restaurant's offerings and experiences that others often take for granted. It is crucial to recognize that accessibility is not just a convenience; it is a fundamental right that should be extended to everyone, regardless of their physical abilities.

The Power of Signatures:

By signing the petition, you become a powerful advocate for change. Collecting numerous signatures demonstrates the widespread support for making Salvatore's Old Fashioned Pizzeria accessible to all members of the community. Each signature represents a voice calling for inclusivity, urging the establishment to take immediate action. Together, we can raise awareness and foster an environment where everyone feels welcome and valued.

Addressing Discrimination:

The discriminatory nature of the current situation cannot be overlooked. The absence of wheelchair accessibility perpetuates exclusion and violates the principles of equal opportunity outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act. By signing the petition, you stand against discrimination and demand that Salvatore's takes the necessary steps to rectify this issue promptly.

Promoting Community Engagement:

Community engagement is a crucial element in effecting change. By sharing the petition link with friends, family, and members of your community, you can actively involve others in this movement. Encourage them to add their signatures and spread the word further. Together, we can create a groundswell of support that Salvatore's Old Fashioned Pizzeria cannot ignore.

Taking Action:

With more than 32 years of operation, Salvatore's Old Fashioned Pizzeria has had ample time to address the lack of wheelchair accessibility. It is time for us to come together and demand that they prioritize inclusivity by installing ramps or alternative solutions that ensure all individuals, regardless of physical ability, can enjoy their dining experience.

Sign the Petition Today:

Join the movement for change by adding your signature to the petition demanding wheelchair accessibility at Salvatore's Old Fashioned Pizzeria. Together, let's send a powerful message to the establishment and the community at large that accessibility is not an option but a necessity. Sign the petition here: [].


In a truly inclusive society, no one should be excluded from enjoying the simple pleasure of dining out due to inaccessible environments. By signing the petition and rallying support, we have the power to transform Salvatore's Old Fashioned Pizzeria into a welcoming space for everyone. Let's ensure that individuals with disabilities have equal access and the opportunity to create cherished memories at this local establishment. Sign the petition today and be part of the movement that promotes accessibility and inclusivity for all.

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