Ron Ram already had 7 Pizza Patrón locations in Houston and 2 in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. But in September he opened his third DFW area location. That makes 10 units and growing for the franchisee's Bravo Pizzas Houston, LLC, company.
The Pizza Patrón brand is known for its "Pizza Por Pesos" program (where it accepts Mexican Pesos as payment), "fresh-dough" pizza, low prices, and its trademark "friendly, bicultural service." The brand is doing well in the Texas market thanks to a dedicated fan base and franchisees like Ram.
He says his newest location has great demographics. "We love this location. It is a densely populated Hispanic neighborhood, and we are excited to serve and become an integral part of this vibrant community," said Ram.
The Pizza Patrón brand has been on a mission recently. "We spent the last two years in a deliberate effort to eliminate underperforming units and operators from our system, and it is now paying strong dividends," said Andrew Gamm, executive vice president of Pizza Patrón. "Our focus now is growth, and we are proud to do it with excellent operators like Bravo Pizzas who exemplify everything the brand stands for in their stores every day."
It's likely that Ron Ram and Pizza Patrón are nowhere near slowing down their growth.
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