THE COLONY, Texas,-- Pizza Inn, Inc,a national pizza chain recognized for serving 
a variety of fresh,high quality products at inexpensive prices, announces the opening
of its newest carryout/delivery restaurant at 21502 Aldine Westfield in Humble, Texas.

The new restaurant provides customers convenient delivery, carry out, with
limited seating and cooks up Pizza Inn's authentic-style pizzas, zesty side
items including bone-in and bone-out wings and made-to-order specialty pizzas.
With the freshness and wide selection of Pizza Inn's menu items and convenient
food servicing, Pizza Inn continues to delight customers' taste buds and give
guests an exceptional dining experience.

"We're excited about bringing the Pizza Inn brand to Humble," said Charlie
Morrison, CEO of Pizza Inn, Inc. "We look forward to building upon our success
in various markets throughout Texas and feeding the local appetite with our best
products and best prices."

The Humble restaurant is owned by Four Star Foods, LLC, a subsidiary of King
Fuels, Inc. of Houston. Four Star Foods is scheduled to open their second Pizza
Inn restaurant in Houston in mid-September, located at 392 North Sam Houston

"I am very proud to be franchising the newest addition to Pizza Inn's family,"
said Mr. Zaki Niazi, President of King Fuels. "We are determined to operate with
the exceptional service and by the highest standards, making our restaurant a
staple of the Pizza Industry here in Humble."

Pizza Inn was recently acknowledged for its success as 2008's Pizza Chain of the
Year by Pizza Marketplace. For more detailed information on this recognition
please visit the following link provided.

About Pizza Inn

Headquartered in The Colony, TX, Pizza Inn, Inc., is an international pizza
chain featuring traditional and specialty pizzas, as well as freshly made
pastas, sandwiches, and desserts. Founded in 1958, publicly traded Pizza Inn
(Nasdaq:PZZI) franchises more than 300 restaurants and owns two restaurants with
annual, domestic and international chain-wide sales of approximately $135
million. For more information, please visit
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