Industry News | July 14, 2016

Pie Five Pizza Opens Two New TN and MO Stores

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Pie Five Pizza is opening two new locations on July 15 in Johnson City, Tennessee and St. Louis.

The Johnson City store will open at 2059 Hamilton Place Drive, near Academy Sports & Outdoors and Courtyard Inn. This is the sixth Pie Five location opened by franchisees Fred Gustin and Kurt Guttshall, who also owns and operates more than 60 Applebee's restaurants in the U.S. This is the third Pie Five location in Tennessee.

“We’ve been in the St. Louis metro area all of our lives and can’t wait for Richmond Heights residents to get a taste of Pie Five,” says Kristy Atkins, Pie Five franchisee. “We know guests will love our signature pies that are fresh, tasty, and have unlimited toppings at one great price.”

The St. Louis store will open at 1178 Hanley Rd. in Richmond Heights. This is the second location in St. Louis that the TF Pie Group will have opened, with the first being in Chesterfield.

“We’ve been in the St. Louis metro area all of our lives and can’t wait for Richmond Heights residents to get a taste of Pie Five,” says Kristy Atkins, Pie Five franchisee. “We know guests will love our signature pies that are fresh, tasty, and have unlimited toppings at one great price.”

From its Friends and Family event on July 12 and 13, Pie Five will be donating 50 percent of all proceeds to St. Louis Crisis Nursery, an organization dedicated to preventing child abuse and neglect by providing emergency shelter to children for families who are faced with sudden crisis.

As part of the store opening festivities in Johnson City, Pie Five will support the local Tennessee community with a VIP event on July 14, featuring attendance from local officials and fire and police representatives. Additionally, Pie Five will partner with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to raise funds for the wish-granting organization. 

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