The Fort Lauderdale-based organic restaurant Pizza Fusion has named a new CEO to steer the company’s expansion plans. Mark Begelman will help the chain open 500 franchises around the U.S. over the next five years. The restaurant already has 75 franchises in 15 states. Woodbridge Holdings Corp. is invested in the expansion. The company was formerly Levitt Corp. before it changed its name amidst the bankruptcy filings of its home building subsidiary Levitt & Sons.
Pizza chain plans nationwide expansion
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