The Loop Pizza Grill continues to multiply as two of the Schneider's grown children and their spouses are investing in the company's growth. With young thriving families of their own, the desire to have the Loop experience in their own communities made the decision a natural.
"The new design is casual, hip and happy. Stone-topped community tables allow groups of up to 30 to sit together, or a guest may choose a comfy black alligator-embossed booth for a laptop work lunch ... lots of flexibility for whatever the occasion," says Terry Schneider, co-founder and designer. "Another exciting evolution we will be rolling out soon is the addition of some delicious new menu items."
Mike Schneider, The Loop's co-founder and president, said those at The Loop are excited to serve yet another new area of the city.
"Business has been good," he says. "We're always looking for the next opportunity to share The Loop with new customers, and we have been taking advantage of our success to reinvest in the company and grow."
The Loop hopes to continue investments like those in the immediate future. The company recently opened a franchise location in Fleming Island, and it plans to open more franchise opportunities in coming months. Several renovations and further expansions are also in the works. The company is examining expansion in existing markets in Florida and North Carolina. It is also open to options throughout the Southeast.
"We're not stopping," Mike Schneider says. "We continue to look for the right opportunities, and we are excited to build on The Loop's success."
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