NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Hunt Brothers Pizza has announced its international expansion. The company, a leading brand of made-to-order pizza for the convenience store industry, has opened its fifth location in Germany at the Pulaski Express on Vogelweh Air Force Base in Kaiserslautern.
The existing four locations include:
- Clay Kasern Troop Store at U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden
- Ramstein 24-Hour Express at Ramstein Air Base
- Grafenwoehr Express at U.S. Army Garrison Grafenwoehr
- Grafenwoehr Rose Barracks Express at U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria
All five Hunt Brothers Pizza locations in Germany are located within an Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) retailer. In the United States, Hunt Brothers Pizza partners with nine AAFES locations.
“We have grown a loyal fan base in the U.S., and we are proud to bring Hunt Brothers Pizza overseas to offer this taste of home to our servicemen and women, their families and other supporting civilians,” said Bryan Meng, chief operating officer of Hunt Brothers Pizza. “We appreciate the sacrifice these men and women make to defend our freedom, and we are honored to serve them through the simple act of providing a wholesome, delicious and affordable product like Hunt Brothers Pizza.”
With more than 7,300 locations in 28 states, Hunt Brothers Pizza offers original and thin crust pizzas with all toppings no extra charge; breakfast pizzas; and Hunt Brothers Wings and WingBites.
Based in Nashville, Tenn., Hunt Brothers Pizza is family owned and operated with more than 50 years of experience in offering all of the food products, marketing programs, equipment and training for convenience stores to operate their own turnkey pizza program.