According to a report from, “Eatza Pizza, a Scottsdalebased brand of buffet-style restaurants, was sold to a firm in Westport, Conn.”

The report said, “Officials at International Franchise Associates said the company purchased the privately-held business in late March. The company’s headquarters in Scottsdale were relocated to Westport under the deal. The purchasing price was not disclosed.”

According to the article, “The sale occurred shortly after the firm either closed or was evicted from several of its Valley stores around the beginning of the year. Those closures came less than a year after the company went into an aggressive expansion mode. As recently as May, there were more than 100 stores in 14 states and U.S. territories. Today, fewer than 10 franchise stores exist, the new owner said.”

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