NIGERIA – Eat‘N’Go Limited, Nigeria’s franchisee for Domino’s Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery and Pinkberry gourmet frozen yoghurt has reopened its flagship outlet located in Saka Tinubu street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

The leading QSR operator in the country was forced to halt operations at the facility following an unfortunate fire incident last October.

Speaking to The Nation Nigeria, Ilyas Kazeem, the Marketing Director for Eat’N’Go said, “We had to shut down all operations in our Saka Tinubu outlet, for both Domino’s Pizza & Coldstone Creamery in October, due to the unfortunate fire outbreak, we experienced in October.

“Thankfully, no lives were lost as a result of this, but damages were done and forced a total renovation. We are back, better, bigger, and ready to put some more smiles on our customers faces again.”

In a linkedin post, the fast-food chain could not contain their excitement stating, “We are back, bigger and better to continue serving the cheesiest pizza and yummiest ice cream, satisfying all your sweet cravings. Thanks to the whole ENG relentless team for making this happen!”

According to the company, the newly built and refurbished outlet features modern architectural designs, providing consumers with a vibrant and cozy ambience where they can comfortably enjoy their meals.

“So great to have our first store back open again and looking awesome. I hope you get a chance to visit this new shop. Thank you to our team for the quick work to re-open the shop after the fire,” said Patrick McMichael Chief Executive Officer at Eat‘N’Go Ltd.

“We are back, bigger and better to continue serving the cheesiest pizza and yummiest ice cream, satisfying all your sweet cravings.”

Eat’N’Go Limited

The reopening of its first outlet in the country came days after the company opened a new store in Kano which will feature a manufacturing facility to serve its northern region customer base.

“The team at Eat‘N’Go are very proud to announce the opening of our new shop in Kano. This will be a hub for all of our northern expansion with our new manufacturing facility set to open shortly in Kano,” indicated McMichael.

Since the beginning of the year, the restaurant operator has opened doors to new outlets in Delta and Benin State.

This continues to build up on its branch count which it currently boosts of over 100 stores, a milestone it reached in 2019, barely 7 years since its set foot in Nigeria in 2012.

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the company was at the forefront in supporting the communities around.

Through its foundation, they donated 13,600 slices of pizza, shared 10,000 cups of ice-cream and gave out 800 cups of yoghurt worth N23 million (US$60,300). They also reached 6,500 essential workers.

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