Angelina's Pizza

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  • Ohio Energy Project
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WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT DOING BUSINESS IN OHIO?

I love the seasonality of Ohio; the beautiful fall leaves and the sweet-smelling spring blossoms! Ohio is "The heart of it all!" Many thanks to our current administration for making it much easier to do business here. Worker's Comp reform and its supplemental programs helped us navigate the "new economy."

DESCRIPTION OF BUSINESS:

Angelina's pizza started in North Olmsted in 1994. In 1998 we added a store in Olmsted Falls. In 2004 we opened another in Elyria.

North Olmsted closed that year but the footprint we left there remains with a weather station built at Chestnut School, and our Hurricane Relief project that sent three semi's of food in three days to first responders in the Gulf after Hurricane Katrina. We were honored by the Ohio Restaurant Assoc. with its "Restaurant Neighbor" award for that effort and traveled to Washington DC with 49 other state recipients.

"Our roots are here; not our branches", our tagline, describes our level of involvement. We are a major supporter of every public community event.

Our community's old-fashioned Fourth of July includes an Angelina's pizza-eating contest.

We are involved in the Relay for Life with a pizza relay! I am a scholar in the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program. I'm planning to build a dine-in restaurant for fun and fundraising to allow Angelina's to support our community in an even bigger way!

Angelina's is changing our community one bite at a time!

COMPANY STATISTICS:

Location: 8155 Columbia Rd., Olmsted Falls, Ohio 44138, Cuyahoga County
Type of Industry: Restaurant
Products/Services: Legendary breakfast pizzas, catering, Take-n-bake pizzas
Number of Current Employees: 14
Year Company Started: 1994
Website: www.AngelinasPizza.com

*All information was submitted by the company.