CiCi's Pizza

To help with the growth, pizza company hires two industry veterans, Bill Spae and Nancy Hampton.
September 2010

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New website FranchiseProfs.com offers a social media network to franchisees, prospective franchisees, and franchisors.
DeWitt, New York, store is one of several that recently opened in that state and Wisconsin.
Company announces intentions to develop 25–30 new restaurants in Phoenix and surrounding cities.
Pizza buffet chain partners with GameStop to give away more than $2.5 million worth of entertainment systems, gift cards, and food prizes this summer.
CiCi's Pizza announces franchise expansion in Phoenix, and the company will host a franchising expo on June 24, in order to share more information about franchising with interested parties.
Pizza company goes national with a reminder that customers can request their own pizza if it's not on the buffet.
The Cici's Pizza buffet is now just $3.99 until February 28 in celebration of its 25th anniversary.
Forbes Anderson promoted to chief strategic officer, Tim Alba to chief financial officer, and Chris Patterson to director of people development.
New Italian-style Rustic Pizza added to buffet line of pizzas.
Craig Moore retiring after 17 years with the company.
"Ultimate Pizza Party" will give away free coupon books with purchase of an adult buffet.
CiCi's is sending five families to Las Vegas—all expenses paid.
The chain gave away free Tater Tot Pizza in honor of the mock wedding of "Mr. Tater Tot" and "Miss Cheese Pizza."
For the second year, Cici's Pizza partners with Big Brothers Big Sisters to promote National Mentoring Month.

CiCi's picks new provider with goal of improving profitability and security at the forefront.

Three additional CiCi's Pizzas are planned for 2009 as the chain bets on Vegas returning to 'its bargain roots.'
Bob Fulks is the new director of purchasing.
A quick-serve gift card could be at the top of wish lists this season, if the program is done right.