The community of Kosmosdal can now experience a slice of the good life as Eva Chen recently opened up her very own Scooters Pizza in the area.
Chen has always dreamed of getting her slice of the food industry so when she saw a need for a pizza store in town, she grabbed the opportunity to put her dream into action. “The food sector has always seemed like a good, credible industry to be involved with, but what makes the franchising industry even juicer is that there are literally hundreds of different business opportunities to choose from. I didn’t just want to choose any random brand, I wanted to choose the best of the best, which is why I selected Scooters Pizza,” states Chen.
Having previously worked in the importing and exporting industry, Chen knows what it is like to work in an industry that is demanding and that expects exceptional quality at all times. She adds, “I am going to use the knowledge and skills that I acquired in my previous job and apply it to my franchise. High quality food and speedy service is the only thing that my customers will be receiving.”
Taste Holdings Food Division CEO, Jay Currie, states that he is excited to welcome their newest franchisees to the Scooters Pizza team.
“Eva has all the characteristics of a great and ethical businesswoman so I have no doubt that her store will flourish and reach great heights. We are thrilled to add another ambitious member to our growing family.”
Having a firm belief in her community, Chen vouches to always put their needs above hers.
“I believe that if I always remain humble and treat my customers and my staff with respect that my store will always do well. To show my appreciation for the community’s support, Scooters Pizza Kosmosdal has made a donation to our local church.”
Scooters Pizza offers hungry consumers a varied menu consisting of a number of traditional and speciality pizzas, as well as pizones, subs, family sides and desserts, so head on down to the Kosmosdal store to get a slice of the good life.
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