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Unique Pizza and Subs Announces Master Franchise of Denver

PITTSBURGH, PA / ACCESSWIRE / September 4, 2014 / Unique Pizza and Subs Corporation (OTC Pink: UPZS) a Delaware Corporation, is pleased to announce its Master Franchisee of Denver is ready to start developing their proprietary market. Bridgeton Holdings Group LLC. purchased the right to become the Master Franchisee of Denver in 2012 projecting they would not be able to start the area development until late 2014. BHG believes they have now put together a qualified team of key employees and are almost complete securing the necessary financing to open their first Unique Pizza and Subs sports bar and also begin selling new franchises in "A" markets while converting "mom & pop's in "B" ones. Corporate will travel to Denver next week to meet with BHG's team and continue to work on, site development.

James Vowler President and CEO of Unique Pizza and Subs Corporation said, "It is a strategic advantage for our worldwide development to have Dr. Reddy, the test kitchen and BHG all in the Denver area. We will be going to Denver next to work for on; site development; meet with key members of BHG's team; work with Dr. Reddy on Breakfast and Traditional Frozen Pizza; meet with the Denver franchising team about new and conversion stores; and meet with a new significant shareholder. As the Master Franchisee of India, this will give Dr. Reddy direct invaluable experience of what it takes to open and convert Unique Pizza locations"

About the Company:

Since the beginning of its development stages back in 1991 Unique Pizza and Subs clearly has separated themselves from the other major pizza franchises. They needed to have more than just the best product in the industry; they needed a way to grow rapidly in any market. They noticed all the major pizza franchises were predominately located in only highly populated "A" markets, leaving a tremendously large pizza eating population only serviced by independent pizza shops. Two of the main reasons the major pizza franchises do not locate in smaller "B" markets is because of their inferior quality of their product compared to the local independents and their corporate ownership is not usually welcomed. To succeed in a smaller market, a pizza shop needs to have these key elements: a high quality and consistently made product (all of their recipes were designed to have the quality of a "mom and pop" pizza shop with the consistency of a major franchise) and an owner that lives, works and pays taxes in that small market (all of the conversions of independent pizza shops into Unique Pizza and Subs retain the same local ownership).

This release includes forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 27E of the Securities Act of 1934. Statements contained in this release that are not historical facts may be deemed to be forward- looking statements. Investors are cautioned that forward-looking statements are inherently uncertain. Actual performance and results may differ materially from that projected or suggested herein due to certain risks and uncertainties including, without limitation, ability to obtain financing and regulatory and shareholder approval for anticipated actions.


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