Industry News | February 19, 2009

City-Assisted Pizza Factory Opens in California

Hesperia, California, residents will be able to delight in specialty and gourmet pizza, as well as authentic calzones at the new 2,637 square-foot Pizza Factory location.

Located in the Topaz Marketplace on Main Street, Pizza Factory was one of the first businesses to take advantage of the City’s Franchise Founders Incentive Program. “The program provides financial incentives to entrepreneurs who have an interest in becoming a franchisee of a recognized regional or national company that will diversify Hesperia’s business base,” says Mayor Thurston Smith.

Funded by the Hesperia Community Redevelopment Agency, this incentive program provides financial assistance for initial costs such as training, inventory, and other fees.

Pizza Factory serves family meals, lunch specials, and all-you-can-eat pizza, salad and beverage specials. They can accommodate team parties, awards celebrations, and community groups. Pizza Factory has a game room and five flat-screen televisions.

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