Pizza Inn has continued its worldwide franchise expansion with the opening of its first location in Bangladesh. The USA-based pizza restaurant chain has opened its first Bangladesh franchise in the capital city Dhaka. The Bangladesh restaurant is owned and operated by the Pizza Inn Master Franchise Owner S.A.K. Edramuzzaman of Mohammed Food & Allieds Private Limited.
Charlie Morrison, CEO of Pizza Inn, said: "We're excited about our expansion into Bangladesh as well as the entire Asia and Middle East region. It is a pleasure to provide our freshly made pizzas, pastas and other popular menu items to the local residents at affordable prices in one of the largest restaurants in our system."
Each Pizza Inn restaurant provide customers with a variety of specialty and traditional handcrafted pizzas, pastas, salads and desserts in a dine-in buffet format with additional delivery and carryout options
Humayun Hyder, Project Manager for the Pizza Inn Bangladesh Master Franchise Owner, said: "It is with immense pleasure that we have opened the first Pizza Inn in Bangladesh and our opening was greeted with great coverage from the television and print media. The opening was inaugurated by the Honorable Minister of Civil Aviation and Tourism of the Peoples' Republic of Bangladesh and attended by many of the country's elite and prominent businessmen."
"With the addition of our first location in Bangladesh, we have successfully opened six restaurants internationally since our fiscal year began in July 2009," added Madison Jobe, VP of Development for Pizza Inn. "We are excited to continue our aggressive growth internationally and anticipate tremendous success in Bangladesh."
Published: 22 January 2010
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