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    Blaze Pizza Headed to Brunswick

  • Industry News December 6, 2019

    Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza announced that it will be opening a new location in Brunswick, Georgia. The build-your-own pizza concept, known for its chef-driven recipes and casually hip restaurants, will be opening on Monday, December 9 in the Target/Lowes Shopping Center at 905 Glynn Isle. To celebrate the grand opening, the restaurant will be offering free 11-inch build-your-own artisanal pizzas on Friday, December 13 from 10:30am to 10pm to anyone who visits the restaurant and downloads the Blaze Pizza app.

    Along with its 11-inch individual sized pizzas, the Brunswick restaurant will also offer Blaze’s new, larger 14-inch sharable pizzas for delivery and carryout, available exclusively by ordering online.  The new large pizzas are similar to the chain’s original 11-inch personal size pizzas – made with fresh dough, real ingredients and inventive toppings – but their larger 14-inch size, cut into 8 slices, make them perfect for sharing.

    Blaze recently introduced this larger size to fill out its menu and compete ’across the board’ with the legacy pizza brands. Pizza fans with specific dietary needs can also enjoy gluten-free and keto crusts, vegan cheese and plant-based spicy chorizo. Blaze pizzas are available for carryout or delivery through the Blaze website, the Blaze Pizza app, or 3rd party delivery platforms.

    “Our pizza is aimed at consumers that don’t just want convenience, but also seek customization and fresher, healthier and artisanal options in their food choices,” says Mandy Shaw, CEO of Blaze Pizza.  “By making dough in-house, carefully sourcing ingredients, and cooking by fire, we’re giving guests a great way to enjoy artisanal pizza without the wait – whether dining in or getting it delivered.”

    The Brumswick location will look to build strong roots in the community by offering its turnkey in-restaurant fundraiser program that returns 20 percent of an event’s proceeds back to the local organization. The new restaurant will be creating 50 jobs in the community.

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