- Eddie Lucio, co-owner of the new Romeo’s Pizza store, said Georgetown, Texas, “is reminiscent of the city where it all started over 20 years ago.”
- Romeo’s Pizza now has 50 locations in Ohio, Indiana, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas.
Romeo’s Pizza, headquartered in Medina, Ohio, opened its 50th location today, this one in Georgetown, Texas.
The new Georgetown location will be under the ownership of Eddie Lucio and Randy Stepp, both area representatives for Romeo’s. “We have fallen in love with the pizza business,” Lucio said. “What we have quickly learned is that pizza brings families and friends together. What an incredible thing we get to do!”
Lucio said the opening of the pizza chain’s 50th store “is not only a milestone for the Romeo’s Texas team but for the national brand. We are blessed to work with a corporate team who shares our values and is driven to constantly improve and support franchisees and their mission to be the top pizza franchise in the industry.”
“When we were looking for communities to open the first Romeo’s Pizza in central Texas, it became very apparent that Georgetown was the place to be,” Stepp noted. “Romeo’s success has been driven by building partnerships in cities with fundamentally strong community values. We are as much about giving back to those who give to us as we are about offering high-quality award-winning pizzas. We are excited to open Romeo’s 50th location in a place that is reminiscent of the city where it all started over 20 years ago.”
Founded in Medina in 2001, Romeo’s Pizza now has 50 locations in Ohio, Indiana, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas.