ZPIZZA THRIVES IN VIRGINIA
Gourmet Pizza Chain Has 10 Stores Open, 40 In Development Throughout The State
zpizza, the Southern California based gourmet pizza chain, recently signed another multi-unit franchise agreement bringing three new stores to Virginia. Restaurant entrepreneurs Jose Gomez and Michael Borostovik will join ten multi-unit franchisees that are already developing zpizzas throughout the state. Jose and Michael are currently looking for real estate in the Bristow, Culpeper and Warrenton areas and expect to open their first store by winter of 2007.
“Virginia has the second largest collection of zpizza stores in the country and it continues to grow because of the concept‚s popularity,” says Gomez. “We can’t wait to open our stores so that more Virginians can experience zpizza’s creative and fresh menu.”
Featured on Good Morning America as a healthy dining option, zpizza takes a unique approach to the crowded pizza segment by appealing to traditional pizza lovers, health conscious consumers and gourmet palates alike. zpizza’s menu offers 17 tasty and adventurous pizzas as well as sandwiches, salads, calzones and the opportunity to create your own pizza with a selection of premium ingredients –including whole wheat, organic sauces, low-fat cheeses, veggies and toppings.
The rapidly expanding pizza chain has received rave reviews since its inception in 1986, accruing customer choice awards in prominent publications such as the Los Angeles Times and the Phoenix New Times. Most recently voted “Best Pizza Restaurant” and “Best Pizza Delivery” in Washingtonian magazine, zpizza continues to impress its nationwide customer base and broaden its status as the premier gourmet pizza restaurant in the industry.
zpizza currently has 10 open stores in Virginia and another 40 in development throughout the state. The company expects to have more than 100 open units in the U.S. by mid 2008. To locate the closest zpizza store to you or for more information about franchising please visit www.zpizza.com.
Contact: Katie Magers