Pizza Factory plans to increase its share of the pie in Redmond

  • Wednesday, November 22, 2017 11:15am
  • Business

Pizza Factory announced a franchise growth strategy targeting Redmond. The family-friendly pizza shop, with 113 locations in six states, has set into motion a strategy that aims to provide their renowned high-quality product, give back to the community and develop strong bonds with their neighbors in Redmond.

“The role we play in the communities we serve goes well beyond just being the best place in the neighborhood for pizza. And, from the beginning of their journey with us, our franchisees are drawn to the brand because of the sincere connections we have with our fans,” said Mary Jane Riva, president and CEO of Pizza Factory. “We are growing our footprint into neighborhoods big and small where we know our awesome people, product and philanthropic partnerships will be valued and Redmond has exactly what we are looking for.”

Pizza Factory has established a solid reputation already in the West and its growth strategy reflects this stronghold on the region, where it can properly support locations through marketing and operations programs. The high-level of support Pizza Factory offers its franchisees has provided significant scalability for franchisees, many of which have opened multiple locations or have plans to do so.

Pizza Factory is now accepting Redmond franchisee inquiries. For information, visit http://pizzafactoryfranchises.com/

The brand’s slogan “We Toss’Em, They’re Awesome!” refers to its hand-tossed pizzas, and the menu also features fresh, handmade pastas, sandwiches and salads.

In support of the towns Pizza Factory calls home, it launched the well-known “No Bully Zone” program that raises awareness about the prevalence of bullying in schools and throughout the community. Through community partnerships, Pizza Factory fights to put an end to bullying. In addition, Pizza Factory also offers fundraising programs to support local schools, youth sports leagues, as well as other community groups and organizations.

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