Snappy Tomato Pizza has revealed the shopfront of its latest takeaway outlet, based in Wolverhampton city centre.
The store refit was announced in mid-January, but it has since released images of the new facade, and the pizza franchise is looking forward to welcoming its first customers.
The site originally housed a motorbike clothing business called Silver Machine, which had a black and metallic facade, with red detailing and blue doors. Now, the shopfront has been transformed in line with Snappy Tomato Pizza’s eye-catching green branding.
The doors and signage background are a rich green colour, while the brand’s logo and contact details stand out from the design in white, red and yellow tones. The facade also draws attention to the franchise’s USP, its famous ‘square pan pizza’, which gives customers great value for money.
As part of its investment pack, Snappy Tomato Pizza offers investors a conversion package, with the chance to transform an existing business into a branded franchise outlet. So, would-be franchisees who currently operate their own takeaway store could take advantage of the franchise’s model and support schemes within their existing outlet.
If you invest in the Snappy Tomato Pizza conversion package, you’ll get access to a new illuminated fascia sign, window graphics and internal wall decoration. Plus, all franchisees receive a full set of stackable square pizza pans, as well as delivery bags, uniforms and 50,000 menus.
The package also includes an exclusive delivery territory with an online ordering facility. If you’d like to adopt the Snappy Tomato Pizza model in your business, you can start the process by finding out more about your options on the franchise’s profile page.
Snappy Tomato Pizza is a growing brand, which originated in Kentucky in 1977. Its first UK location was in Middlesex, but the business has now rolled out an extensive expansion scheme to launch stores across Great Britain.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©