Gas prices crushing profits at Connie's Pizza

 
April 26, 2006

NBC5.com: Connie's Pizza, which has 10 stores throughout Chicago and its suburbs, has 60 to 70 of its own delivery trucks on the streets on any given day, which means its fuel costs are extremely high. Marc Stolfe, the company's president, estimates Connie's spends about $40,000 a week to keep its fleet moving. "It's gotten to the point where we spend every day trying to figure out where we're going to make up these costs," Stolfe said.

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