Pizza Hut of Downingtown Celebrates Grand Opening with Year-Long Free Pizza for Lucky Customers

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DOWNINGTON, PA — In a move that’s sure to delight pizza aficionados, Flynn Group LP, the owner and operator of over 970 Pizza Hut locations across 27 states, is celebrating the grand opening of its newest location in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. The largest franchisee in the Pizza Hut system has announced a mouthwatering deal: free pizza for one year for the first 25 guests in line on opening day.

The official grand opening of the new restaurant, located at 520 Lancaster Ave., will take place on Friday, February 2. The Pizza Hut of Downingtown quietly opened its doors on January 18 and is now set to mark the occasion in a big way.

Adding to the local economy, the new 1,300-square-foot restaurant will create approximately 15 jobs. The location features a fresh, modern design, bold graphics, and a compact layout, making it ideal for delivery, curbside, and carryout orders. Patrons can enjoy Pizza Hut’s beloved menu items from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily.

“We are excited to officially celebrate the highly anticipated grand opening of our new Pizza Hut of Downingtown location,” said Randy Bates, Vice President of Marketing, Flynn Group. “More than just serving the iconic Pizza Hut favorites our guests love, Flynn Group views each of our locations as an investment in the local economy, through job creation and philanthropic initiatives.”

Flynn Group’s commitment to the local economy extends beyond its newest Pizza Hut location. The company is looking to fill positions including delivery drivers, cooks, shift leaders, and managers across its restaurant brands nationwide.

With other Pizza Hut locations in Coatesville, Roslyn, and West Chester, Flynn Group continues to strengthen its presence in Chester County. The grand opening of the Pizza Hut of Downingtown is not just a win for pizza lovers, but a positive development for the local economy, demonstrating Flynn Group’s commitment to investing in the communities it serves.

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