(Salem, OR)—One good turn deserves another is a common saying in the business world, for if success is attained once, the person responsible should have the chance to repeat that positive outcome. For Figaro’s Pizza, this encore performance comes in the form of Bill Chemero.

As a former member of the company’s development team, Chemero helped generate over one million dollars in franchise sales. After a five-year hiatus, Chemero will reenter the Figaro’s fold on September 17th as vice president of franchise development.  

“It’s great to be a part of the Figaro’s family once again,” said Chemero. “This is a brand that I truly believe in and can’t wait to continue its already impressive development.”

Chemero left Figaro’s in 2002 to join Edible Arrangements, a then three-year-old Connecticut-based fruit arrangement and gift basket company with 38 franchisees. In the 28 months Chemero helmed the company’s franchise development team, Edible Arrangements sold 651 new franchises – 243 of which were sold by Chemero himself. His new position with Figaro’s finds Chemero directing all franchise sales, marketing and recruitment efforts to further grow the brand.
“Bill strongly believes in our product and the opportunity it represents, and we look forward to his leadership in this vitally important area,” said Ron Berger, Figaro’s chairman and CEO. “As a valuable team member years ago, we are thrilled to have him on board again.”

Salem, Oregon-based Figaro’s Pizza has been recognized as “the best pizza you can have at home.” Pizzas can be baked in the restaurant or taken home in oven-ready baking trays for home baking. Pizza is also sold by the slice in some stores. There are 4,000 topping combinations to choose from. Figaro’s Pizza has grown to over 100 locations and the company expects to open 15 to 20 new units per year over the next several years. The company is focusing on building mass in its current 21 states using a network of master franchisees. For more information, visit the company’s web site at www.figaros.com.

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