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Pizza Inn Holdings, Inc. Message Board

  • billyteex1 billyteex1 Oct 10, 2013 11:58 AM Flag

    Claims of breakouts are unwarranted

    Listed on locations is the Florida address. The thing I feel that PI has to do is start manufacturing and delivery the supplies to PI and P5 and buffet and express stores. The Atlanta, Denver areas would be a good locations to set this up. If you read the dominoes article this week, you would have seen how most of their profits are made. Delivery the dough and all the supplies. This is where the profits are in this business. Current PI gets a kickback, but the Dots for Atlanta and Denver maybe a new direction. The stores win because PI would actually save them some money with less expense supplies, but the margins would be greater to PI.

    I imagine that the P5 stores have to make their own dough now, but if PI supplied in, with a manufacturing and make trays of this stuff, specially with 4 different kinds of dough, not counting the other divisions of franchisee stores needs. This could be a direction we could be headed. Dominoes saw it as a necessity and they derive 75% of their profits from it. How many hours could be saved in the stores, paying employees to make the dough. Quantities of scale specially as this grows could be what drives our share price.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • At the two locations I visit, there is a rack of the "prepared" dough's (portioned and shaped) behind the first pizza ingredients station. I have not noticed any workers shaping pies in any of my visits. I have made a couple of 8pm visits to the Las Colinas location to see how busy it is on a week night (usually about 10 or so people at tables, with a new order coming in every 10min or so). But, during the not so busy time, the person behind the counter was very nice and politely answered my questions ... I will ask about the dough ...

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