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Peter Piper Pizza Overview

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Headquarters Phoenix, AZ
Size 1001 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Restaurants, Bars & Food Services
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Competitors Chuck E. Cheese's, Pizza Hut
This company hopes peckish pizza partisans will pick its pepperoni pie. Peter Piper operates and franchises more than 135 pizza parlors in five Southwestern states and in Mexico. The restaurants serve a variety of pizza styles and toppings along with such items as breadsticks ... More

Peter Piper Pizza Reviews

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Joseph Luongo Jr.
9 Ratings
  • Pretty Good for What it is

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    Former Employee - Restaurant Manager
    Former Employee - Restaurant Manager
    Positive Outlook
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    Some of the people in the corporate offices are great to work for and great to work with. The company is expanding, and offers competitive salaries and benefits.


    Some of the people in the company are not great to work for... at all. Also, they were recently acquired and there isn't much room for growth beyond general manager, for the moment anyway.

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    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Peter Piper Pizza.


    Had a mini-interview since I was not available for the dates that were listed because I was studying for finals. The manager asked a few questions about myself and school. After the interview, the manager said they would call back for an interview. Overall, it was my first time entering the arcade and I did not like it. The place only had a small area (about 20%) for people to play and a large amount (about 80%) of tables and chairs.

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