PizzaRev announced three new hires as the company prepares for nationwide expansion of its fast-casual brand. “We have hired three seasoned professionals with a depth of experience such that they’ll each hit the ground running in their respective roles,” says Irv Zuckerman, co-CEO of PizzaRev.
Coca-Cola Freestyle, the fountain dispenser, will soon make its debut at all PizzaRev locations.
PizzaRev, a leading made-to-order pizza concept, announced a new multi-year agreement with The Coca-Cola Company. Under this new agreement, all current and future PizzaRev locations will exclusively serve Coca-Cola products through Coca-Cola Freestyle.
PizzaRev, a made-to-order artisanal pizza concept, has completed construction on its seventh location and is set to open in Van Nuys, California, this Friday, February 7. With the recent installation of PizzaRev’s custom-built 9,600 pound open-flame stone-bed oven, guests in Van Nuys will soon “Craft Their Own” artisanal-quality pizza and have it served piping hot to them in less than three minutes.
PizzaRev, a fast-casual build-your-own pizza brand, announced signed agreements with four franchisee groups covering territory in five states. “These four exceptional franchise groups, along with our partner and first franchisee Buffalo Wild Wings, will each add tremendously to the PizzaRev story,” says PizzaRev co-CEO Rodney Eckerman. The deals will bring new units to San Diego County and Orange County in California, Utah, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
PizzaRev, a fast-casual pizza concept, has brought back its lower-calorie “PizzaRes-olution” pizza by popular demand.
PizzaRev, a Los Angeles–based custom pizza concept, completed construction on its sixth location and is set to open in Burbank, California, Thursday, December 12. With the recent installation of PizzaRev’s custom-built 9,600 pound stone-bed “Fire-Deck” oven, guests in Burbank will soon create their own pizza and have it served to them in less than three minutes.
All Rick and Elise Wetzel wanted was to have some pizza for lunch.
Although most restaurants will change ingredients in an entrée to meet a guest’s request, a growing number of pizza and ethnic eateries are letting diners build their own menu items from scratch.
“It’s a system that delicatessens and street-food vendors worldwide have used for years. For many consumers, the concept of having restaurant staff assemble fresh, high-quality food in front of you to your design has great appeal,” says Darren Tristano, executive vice president of Chicago-based market research firm Technomic Inc.
PizzaRev has announced that its Los Angeles–based custom pizza concept will enter the franchise arena as part of its strategic growth plan.
“We will continue to rapidly expand our corporate stores, and we are excited now to offer others the opportunity to participate in the PizzaRev story,” says PizzaRev co-CEO Rodney Eckerman. “We have been steadfastly focused on honing our model for the past year, and now are positioned to achieve our long-term goals while satisfying the high-quality franchisees we intend to engage.”
PizzaRev, a Los Angeles based custom-assembly pizza concept, has announced a new menu item with their biggest little fans in mind. Starting Monday, July 22, PizzaRev will make its first Kids Meal available to its guests ages nine and under. The package includes a choice of a special “kid-sized” cheese or pepperoni pizza, a choice of apple sauce or Oreo cookies, and a choice of Milk or Apple Juice Box, all for the adult-friendly price of $5.99!