Snappy Pizza has arranged extra deliveries of stock to manage increased demand for online orders to homes and workplaces.
Due to the outbreak of coronavirus and us no longer being able to enjoy a sit-down meal at a restaurant, takeaways have become more popular than ever. As a result, Snappy Pizza had to arrange extra deliveries of stock to franchisees last weekend so they could keep up with online orders to homes and workplaces.
Snappy Pizza franchisees and their employees have worked around the clock to prepare even more of the pizza franchise’s signature dough and delicious ingredients. They also thank customers for their patience and appreciating that the surge in demand means that deliveries may take longer than normal.
To make sure that employees and customers are protected from potential infection, additional precautions are being taken. This includes closing earlier so staff can fulfil additional deep cleaning routines and maintaining social distancing when making deliveries. In another one of our articles, you can see a full rundown of how Snappy Pizza is protecting staff and customers during the COVID-19 crisis.
Snappy Pizza is one of the latest franchises to join the Point Franchise network. You don’t need any experience to become a franchisee, as you will take part in a comprehensive training programme to get to grips with all aspects of the business model. However, it is important to be determined to succeed and have exceptional customer service skills.
You only need to make a minimum investment of £5,000 to get started. View Snappy Pizza’s profile page to find out more about the opportunity and sign up.
Becky Martin, Point Franchise ©