Restaurant Entrepreneur Fulfills Ownership Dream with Pizza Factory


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Tech Guru to Develop Pizza Concept Across Central Valley, Expanding Footprint on West Coast

December 29, 2021 // Franchising.com // CENTRAL VALLEY, California – California is known to many as the “Dream State”. For Luis Marquez and Sandy Perez, the dream of owning their own pizzeria is now becoming a reality within the Central Valley community.

After 20 years in the computer industry, Marquez was looking for a change and turned to restaurant ownership. By recently signing a deal with Pizza Factory, a west coast pizza icon, Marquez will soon bring the community-driven brand to Central Valley.

The new restaurant is slated to open in Spring 2022, serving a variety of high-quality products, including fresh, never-frozen pizza from Pizza Factory, made to order, as well as other varied menus like pasta, wings. , sandwiches. , salads, beer, wine and more.

“I am very excited to bring Pizza Factory to Central Valley and have it become the new staple pizzeria for the community,” Marquez said. “Once I started looking for my next business and turned to restaurants, it was clear that Pizza Factory was a perfect fit for this bill for me. My wife Sandy worked at a Pizza Factory restaurant in high school, so I already knew the brand. After further research I was reminded of how dedicated the brand is to community engagement as well as entrepreneurial opportunities and to put it simply, I was sold.

Marquez has always been a kid at heart and loved pizza. He plans to explore other ownership opportunities with Pizza Factory in the future, in order to continue to expand the brand’s reputation in family dining with several quick and casual prototypes and a new model of Express Quick Service.

As Pizza Factory continues to expand into new markets, the brand offers multi-unit operators flexible new build or conversion options with delivery / curbside and traditional catering prototypes ranging from 1,000 to 4,000 square feet. . The larger option usually features several of the dining rooms, an arcade room for the kids, banquet rooms for parties and social gatherings, and big-screen TVs throughout the restaurant.

“Seeing Luis’ long-standing commitment to his local community shows that he truly has a passion for giving back,” said Mary Jane Riva, CEO of Pizza Factory. “These values ​​correspond closely to the mission of our brand, which makes it an ideal partner. By growing our brand as well as our community initiatives, we help show others that Pizza Factory truly is their hometown pizzeria. I am delighted to see Luis growing up with our brand and launching his entrepreneurial journey as he always dreamed of.

For more information on franchising with Pizza Factory, visit https://pizzafactoryfranchises.com or call (949) 510-6607.

About Pizza Factory

A community fixture in over 100 hometowns, Pizza Factory has stayed true to its roots with hardworking operators, family owned restaurants and high quality produce, offering pizza, pasta, wings, sandwiches, salads. , beer fresh and never frozen. , wine and more. With multiple quick and casual restaurant designs, an Express model, and robust offsite dining options including mobile delivery and ordering through a proprietary app, Pizza Factory is built for the future of the restaurant industry.

SOURCE Pizza Factory

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