Consumers are dynamic not static, business that want to maintain a long-term relationship with consumers must evolve with relevance or they will have fewer year over year customer visits according to Steven Johnson, Grocerant Guru® at Tacoma, WA based Foodservice Solutions®.
Peter Piper Pizza, is moving forward in an attempt to continue to drive growth, while reducing cost, and developing top-line sales and bottom-line profits with a new revised business model according to Johnson. Focusing on consumer valuable touchpoints Peter Piper Pizza will introduce its new off-premise-only concept in Phoenix with the opening of the first of three Peter Piper Express locations on March 1, at 2322 E. Thomas Road, Suite 103.
This should come as no surprise to anyone as Peter Piper saw off-premise sales skyrocket in 2021 with strong demand for its scratch-made pizza and menu items. Recently, Peter Piper Pizza reported that off-premise sales now account for more than 40% of sales at its corporate-owned full-service locations, with some locations experiencing even more. The company projects its Express locations will be 15% the size of a traditional Peter Piper restaurant, which leads to lower operational costs.
CEC Entertainment LLC President and CEO David McKillips, stated, “The strong demand for our scratch-made pizza and quality menu offerings makes the Peter Piper Express concept a great growth vehicle for the brand and a natural complement to our popular full-service offering,” ... “Based on the success of these new units, we believe the concept will be attractive to our current and potential franchisees and will allow further brand penetration in existing and new markets at a substantially lower investment with a very attractive rate of returns.”
This new Express concept is part of Peter Piper Pizza’s larger initiative to meet changing consumer demands on several fronts. The company recently began updating its arcades with the launch of funpass, which allows guests to purchase and reload cards directly from a kiosk to play new and classic games in Peter Piper’s “Game On” arcade area. The new system eliminates the need for game tokens and paper prize tickets and has increased total arcade play time by 23%. The rollout to all locations is expected to be complete by the end of 2022.
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