With $15 million in new funding under its belt, MOD Pizza is accelerating growth with plans for several new company restaurants, along with commitments for 50 franchise locations by the company’s first group of franchisees. Seattle-based MOD Pizza’s new capital comes from private investors, including some existing shareholders. Several new shareholders include heavy-hitters such as Nigel Travis, chair and chief executive of Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc., and Spencer Rascoff, ...
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