Sal's Pizza

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Sal's Pizza
Type Private
Industry Restaurants
Founded Salem, New Hampshire, United States (1990 (1990))
Founders Sal Lupoli [1]
Headquarters Lawrence, Massachusetts, United States [1]
Area served
Key people Sal Lupoli (CEO)
Products Pizza, pasta, calzone, chicken wings, desserts
Employees 300 (2007) [2]
Website sals-pizza.com

Sal's Pizza is a New England chain of Italian restaurants that specializes in pizza.[1] The chain is owned by Sal's Group, owner of Salvatores, Mary's Pasta & Sandwiches and Riverwalk Properties.[3] They also operate one location in California,[4] one in Florida,[4] one in Arizona[4] and one in Mumbai, India.[5] The company offers franchising,[6] and they are known for offering a three-pound, 19-inch pizza.[1][7] The company's franchises prepare a combined total of over 60,000 pizzas weekly.[1]

History[edit]

Sal's Pizza originally opened as just a single store in Salem, New Hampshire by Sal and Nick Lupoli in 1990.[1][8] The first store opened at a time when Italian-based restaurant chains began to popularize. The store then spawned franchises, and quickly grew to operate stores throughout the Boston and southern New Hampshire areas as their two brothers decided to join the business.

Awards[edit]

In 2006, the company received the Citizens Bank-New Hampshire Business Review Not Your Typical Business Award.[9]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Real estate proves ideal topping for pizza chain". 
  2. ^ Salvatore's sliding into Seaport site (subscription required)
  3. ^ Sal's Pizza: Companies
  4. ^ a b c Nesin, Marjorie (2011-03-04). "Sal's Pizza will open a restaurant in Peabody March 9". The Boston Globe. 
  5. ^ "Locations". Sals-pizza.com. Retrieved 2013-04-27. 
  6. ^ Connors, Molly (2010-01-14). "It's all in the family at Sal's Pizza in Norwell". The Boston Globe. 
  7. ^ Restaurant Profile (subscription required)
  8. ^ Hughes, Vanessa (June 1, 2002). "Sal's is more than Just Pizza". Lowell Sun. Retrieved 2013-04-27.  (subscription required)
  9. ^ "Sal Lupoli, president of Sal's Pizza, center, accepted the honor on behalf of his company as the November winner of the Citizens Bank-New Hampshire Business Review Not Your Typical Business Award". New Hampshire Business Review. December 22, 2006. Retrieved 2013-04-27.  (subscription required)

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