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Kettering-based pizza chain to expand into West Virginia with 20 new stores

Rapid Fired Pizza has rapidly expanded across Ohio, Texas and California, and is now moving on to a new state: West Virginia. 
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Rapid Fired Pizza, which got its start here in the Dayton area, has signed multi-unit, multi-brand operator Ed Newsome as the Area Developer for West Virginia. Newsome plans to develop more than 20 stores in the West Virginia area in addition to his Ohio stores, according to a news release to this organization.

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Rapid Fired Pizza is launching 14-inch family-sized pies in response to customer demand. CONTRIBUTED (Staff Writer)

“People love Rapid Fired Pizza. The choice of toppings, sauces and even crusts allows RFP to be the one-stop shop to please adults and kids alike,” Newsome said in the press release.
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Rapid Fired Pizza opened its first restaurant in late 2015 in Washington Twp. and operates multiple restaurants in the area including Kettering, Fairborn, Beavercreek, Huber Heights, Sugarcreek Twp., Troy, Englewood, Xenia, Springfield, Oxford, Symmes, Hilliard, Fairfield, Middletown and more.

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