October 07, 2009 // Franchising.com // Colony, Texas – Pizza Inn, Inc. (NASDAQ:PZZI), a national pizza chain recognized for serving a variety of fresh, high quality products at inexpensive prices, announces the opening of its newest carryout/delivery restaurant at 1905 8th Avenue in Fort Worth, TX.
The new restaurant provides customers convenient delivery and carry-out with limited seating, while cooking up Pizza Inn's authentic-style pizzas, zesty side items including bone-in and bone-out wings and made-to-order specialty pizzas. With the freshness and wide selection of Pizza Inn's menu items and convenient food servicing, Pizza Inn continues to delight customer's taste buds and give guests an exceptional dining experience.
"We're excited to continue rapidly expanding the Pizza Inn brand in the Fort Worth area," said Charlie Morrison, CEO of Pizza Inn Inc., referencing the company's location which opened in Fort Worth in September. "It is a pleasure to provide our freshly made pizzas, pastas and other popular menu items to the Fort Worth area at affordable prices."
The new Fort Worth restaurant is owned and operated by local franchisee Barry Patel. With an extensive background in the pizza industry, Patel is an ideal candidate for Pizza Inn and possess all the tools necessary to run a successful and efficient operation.
"I am very excited to be franchising the newest addition to Pizza Inn in Fort Worth," said Patel. "Our promise to Fort Worth consumers is to continue operating with exceptional service and providing fresh quality dishes that Pizza Inn customers are used to across the country."
Pizza Inn was recently acknowledged for its success as 2008's Pizza Chain of the Year by Pizza Marketplace.
Headquartered in The Colony, TX, Pizza Inn, Inc., is an international pizza chain featuring traditional and specialty pizzas, as well as freshly made pastas, sandwiches, and desserts. Founded in 1958, publicly traded Pizza Inn (Nasdaq:PZZI) franchises more than 300 restaurants and own two restaurants with annual, domestic and international chain-wide sales of approximately $135 million.