Marco Pizza the best new pizza on the block – BP's official Pizza spot

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marcosdsc_0563TOLEDO, OHIO – Marco’s Pizza, an authentic Italian pizza company headquartered in Toledo, Ohio, has 31 stores planned for a brand new territory: the Caribbean. Brothers and franchise veterans Chris and Terry Tsavoussis are Marco’s area representatives for the new territory and plan to open six stores in The Bahamas and 25 additional stores throughout the Caribbean region.

The first Marco’s location in the Bahamas has opened in Solomon Spring Center, Prince Charles Ave., Nassau. The store phone number is (242) 364-2220.

“Chris and I decided to become area representatives with Marco’s Pizza because we were impressed with the company’s growth and high-quality products,” said Terry Tsavoussis. “We strongly believe in quality franchise concepts and always invest in the talent of the people in the Bahamas and the Caribbean to grow each new franchise. Bahamians and visitors alike will love Marco’s authentic Italian pizza.”bispizza

Chris and Terry Tsavoussis have many years of franchise experience with companies such as Domino’s Pizza, Dairy Queen, Dunkin’ Donuts and Wendy’s. They both reside in Nassau.

Marco’s Pizza stores employ 20 to 25 local residents each, which means that Marco’s will bring significant employment opportunities to the region in the long term.

“Marco’s expansion into the Caribbean demonstrates our aggressive growth strategy and success despite the challenging economic climate,” said Marco’s Pizza CEO Jack Butorac. “The Tsavoussis brothers have proven themselves to be among the best restaurant operators worldwide through their work with Wendy’s and other chains. They understand Marco’s commitment to product quality and their skills and professionalism will be assets to the company.”

Marco’s menu features Authentic Italian pizza, Cheezybread, chicken wings, fresh-baked subs, meatballs, sliders, salads and soft drinks available for online, carryout and delivery ordering. The company operates more than 190 stores in 17 states and the Bahamas and is growing, with 880 new stores signed.

6 COMMENTS

  1. Larry :

    chinalover :
    nice healthy food .. NOT. why doesnt someone open an i-hop or some other form of restaurant chain that serves REAL food .. there is nothing in nassau for us besides fry chicken and pizza. why we so ghetto like that???
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    Many consider IHOP ghetto and not real food either. Anyhow I know what your saying. The best bet is to learn how to cook ya self, either that or ya screwed.
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    how could it be ghetto? steamed brocoli, mash potatos, steak, beef roast, and cheaper than most restaurants … cant beat that .. and same as if cooked at home. But yes bahamians dont like healthy food anyway, they rather fried chicken, macoroni, peas and rice and all that nasty stuff.

  2. chinalover :
    nice healthy food .. NOT. why doesnt someone open an i-hop or some other form of restaurant chain that serves REAL food .. there is nothing in nassau for us besides fry chicken and pizza. why we so ghetto like that???
    [Reply]

    Many consider IHOP ghetto and not real food either. Anyhow I know what your saying. The best bet is to learn how to cook ya self, either that or ya screwed.

  3. I tried their Pizza after hearing the reviews, and it was indeed delicious..the Uno, with black olives was my debut…

  4. nice healthy food .. NOT. why doesnt someone open an i-hop or some other form of restaurant chain that serves REAL food .. there is nothing in nassau for us besides fry chicken and pizza. why we so ghetto like that???

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