|Founded||Salem, New Hampshire, United States (1990 )|
|Founder||Sal Lupoli |
|Headquarters||Lawrence, Massachusetts, United States |
|Sal Lupoli (CEO)|
|Products||Pizza, pasta, calzone, chicken wings, desserts|
Number of employees
|300 (2007) |
Sal's Pizza is a chain of Italian restaurants based in New England. The chain is owned by Sal's Group, owner of Salvatores, Mary's Pasta & Sandwiches, and Riverwalk Properties. The company operates as a franchise, which prepare a combined total of over 60,000 pizzas weekly.
Sal's Pizza first opened in Salem, New Hampshire, founded by Sal and Nick Lupoli in 1990. The first store opened at a time when Italian-based restaurant chains began to popularize. The store spawned franchises, and eventually grew to operate stores throughout the Boston and southern New Hampshire regions.
Sal's Pizza has since expanded beyond the New England region; The company operates single locations in California, Florida, and Arizona. The company offers franchising, and they are known for offering a three-pound, 19-inch pizza.
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