Pizza PatrÃ³n, the premier Latino pizza brand, announced today that systemwide comparable sales increased 6.4 percent in March, which comes on the heels of increases of 10.5 and 7.9 percent in March and January, respectively.
“We are strategically positioned to do well despite the economy,” said Andrew Gamm, director of Brand Development for Pizza PatrÃ³n. “Much of last year was spent finding areas to reduce costs in our operations so we could avoid passing on any price increases to our customers, and it is now paying off.”
Although Pizza PatrÃ³n has been credited with creating the country’s first chain of Latin-focused pizza restaurants, the company is experiencing tremendous success among non-Hispanics who live in the communities where stores are located. Antonio Swad, founder of Pizza PatrÃ³n, is featured on the cover of Chain Leader this month. The cover story, “Know Your Audience: Pizza PatrÃ³n Caters to Hispanics,” emphasizes the fact that the chain’s unique focus and value proposition has a broad appeal, not only with Hispanics, but with people of every race and ethnic heritage.
“I don’t know if it was the peso campaign or what. We seem to connect to people,” said Swad in his Chain Leader interview.
Swad’s above reference to pesos refers to how Pizza PatrÃ³n was vicariously introduced to the entire country and the world through global newscasts when it announced in 2007 that it would accept pesos in all of its U.S. locations.
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