Cleveland-based PizzaFire, led by renowned franchise authority Sean Brauser, is positioning itself for explosive growth in 2016 and 2017. PizzaFire has signed a four-store franchise agreement in the Houston market and will have 20 units open throughout Pennsylvania and Ohio by the end of 2016. For Ohio, the fast-casual pizza concept has already signed deals in Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, and Cincinnati. PizzaFire is projecting to have 50 units open by then end of 2017 in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Florida, Georgia, and international locations.
“We are extremely excited to have signed our first out-of-state franchise agreement,” says Ryan Rao, franchise development director. “PizzaFire has been developed to offer our franchisees many different forms of support no matter where they develop. We expect to open our first Houston location by the end of 2016.”
PizzaFire serves hand-crafted pizzas with a choice of five premium cheeses, hand-cut fresh veggies, artisan GMO-free meats, and six sauces made from scratch. Once your pizza masterpiece is created, it is fire-baked in an imported Italian oven.
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