With its mouthwatering pizza and dedication to the communities it serves, Pizza Factory was recognized dozens of times in the local media throughout 2017. Pizza Factory has always invested heavily in local outreach including anti-bullying programs and hosting fundraisers for area schools. The coverage Pizza Factory garnered in 2017 speaks to the pizza franchise’s ongoing commitment to becoming a cornerstone of every neighborhood it serves, living up to its motto “We toss ‘em. They’re awesome.”
The Gustine Press-Standard celebrated the opening of Pizza Factory in Santa Nella, California, the only pizzeria in town, while The Daily Independent in Ridgecrest, California, covered the hospice fundraiser hosted by co-owner Karen Dye. The long-running Williams, Arizona, Pizza Factory was honored for its twentieth anniversary by local outlet Williams News as co-owners Derrick and Kendra Wortner launched Pizza Factory’s No Bully Zone and No Kid Hungry initiatives.
The national pizza franchise is also a trade industry favorite. Trade magazine articles included coverage of Pizza Factory’s liaison with the San Jose Sharks in Pizza Today. Franchisees named Pizza Factory as their favorite making the pizza franchise one of 40 national players to make the cut in an article in QSR magazine.
On the national consumer publications stage, Pizza Factory’s celebration of veterans by offering custom deals on Veterans Day earned the franchise coverage in USA Today.
As Pizza Factory grows across the West and the rest of the United States, so does its visibility in both hyperlocal, regional and trade publications. Pizza Factory is looking forward to expanding its target markets in 2018 and increase its marketing outreach and media coverage accordingly.
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