Pizza Hut adds two more stores to its network

Date: 
16th September 2013

Pizza Hut shows signs of continued growth as two more stores have opened in Cremorne, Sydney and Kawana Waters on the Sunshine Coast.

Bringing their total number of store ownerships to five, Matthew Blackburn and Amal Maharaj who just opened up in Cremorne have been involved with the company for almost 20 years.

Employing 20 local members of the community to join the team, Blackburn said the business was looking forward to becoming locally involved by offering employment and sponsorship opportunities.

Head of development, Andy Masood said, “It is great to see so many of our existing franchisees coming to us with the desire to expand their personal franchise network. And it’s a testament to the strong franchisee partnerships we continue to cultivate with all our business partners.”

Kawana Waters’ new owner, Jarman Singh recently moved to the area and has previously opened two franchises in the last 12 months.

Currently employing nine residents to work at the store, Singh is keen to getting involved in the community.

 “It’s exciting to be able to make a contribution to the region I live in and to offer locals delicious meals to enjoy with their friends and family,” Singh said.

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