DENTON Texas —When times get tough, franchisees need options, communication and education, according to officials at Pizza Inn, a 325-unit chain based here. The pizza-buffet concept, which celebrated its 50th anniversary this fall, recently introduced a smaller, lower-cost prototype and said it would launch monthly conference calls during which franchisees could discuss challenges as well as a “Back-to-Basics” educational program. ...
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