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Noble Roman's to open eight new stand-alone take-n-bake outlets

RBR Staff Writer Published 22 August 2013

Noble Roman's, an American franchisor of Noble Roman's Pizza and Tuscano's Italian Style Subs, has signed agreements to open eight stand-alone take-n-bake outlets across the country.

This latest development will further expand the brand's presence across the country and brings the total number of signed locations to 29.

Currently 21 outlets are under development and are expected to open over the next several months.

Noble Roman's chairman and CEO Paul Mobley said the company's initial plan was to sign 30 outlets in 2013.

"We expect to exceed that goal shortly as we are currently in discussions with several potential franchisees and our pipeline of qualified prospects continues to grow," Mobley added.

"Take-n-bake continues to be one of the fastest growing segments of the pizza industry, and Noble Roman's is leveraging this growth opportunity with our economical concept, our reputation for fine quality products, and our proven ability to support our franchisee base."

All company's stand-alone take-n-bake outlets feature the chain's traditional Hand-Tossed Style pizza, Deep-Dish Sicilian pizza, SuperThin pizza.

Noble Roman's also offers fresh salads, cookie dough, cinnamon rounds, bake-able pasta and more