Noble Roman’s Franchise Craft Pizza & Pub in Evansville, IN; Sets New 7-Day Sales Record
INDIANAPOLIS, IN / ACCESSWIRE / December 2, 2019 / Noble Roman’s, Inc. (OTCQB:NROM), the Indianapolis based franchisor and operator of Noble Roman’s Craft Pizza & Pub announced today that its latest Craft Pizza & Pub restaurant set a new sales record for the first seven days of operation. After opening November 24th, the first seven days of operation saw sales of $63k. Located in Evansville, the third largest city in Indiana, the sixth and latest Craft Pizza & Pub is also the company’s second franchised location, which is owned and operated by Scott and Carissa Hettenbach. According to Scott Mobley, President and CEO of Noble Roman’s, “Considering that the grand opening week fell over a normally slow holiday weekend, the first week of sales are truly impressive! The restaurant beat the previous record opening by nearly 15%, and operations and guest satisfaction were generally outstanding.” The Hettenbach’s were already experienced, successful business entrepreneurs in Evansville prior to acquiring their Craft Pizza & Pub franchise. In addition, Scott Hettenbach has extensive restaurant experience as a former multi-unit operator for McDonald’s as well as multi-unit management experience with Dollar General and Target.
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