Mr. Jim's Pizza to add 30 units in Houston

 
March 8, 2004

HOUSTON—Addison, Texas-based Mr. Jim's Pizza plans to expand into Houston by opening at least 30 new units over the next decade.

According to the Houston Business Journal, the 70-unit takeout-and-delivery chain signed the multi-unit development agreement—its first-ever—with Houston-based franchisee BMK L.P.

The bulk of Mr. Jim's locations are in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The company's executive director, Randy Wooley, said expanding into the Houston market is part of Mr. Jim's national expansion aims.

 

 

 


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