Kono USA Expands Offering at Penn State
The Original Kono Pizza is continuing their expansion into additional sporting venues at Penn State. This past fall Kono USA was seen selling their original Kono at Beaver Stadium. Fans of Penn State sports and pizza are in for a treat this winter. After seeing record breaking lines outside of Beaver Stadium they have added product in Bryce Jordan Center and Pegula Arena. As Kono Pizza continues to expand across campus and adding additional locations across the country, it’s even easier to get your Kono fix by downloading the Kono Mobile App. The mobile app allows customer to view the menu, place an order for catering and order right from their phone. In addition, those who download the app will have access to promotional offers and discounts. Eric Ciancaglini, owner of Penn State Kono Pizza, is thrilled with the reception his team has received at Penn State.
Kono USA is co-owned by David Ragosa and Carlo Ruggiero. They brought this unique style of pizza direct from Italy. Using only healthy and authentic ingredients, Kono Pizza allows you to enjoy your favorite pizza on the go. Kono Pizza’s revolutionary Kone is a perfect portable meal choice and we are excited to see such substantial growth in 2017. “We are looking forward to carrying the growth and momentum of Kono USA into 2018,” said co-founder David Ragosa.
“We are excited about our expansion into additional sporting venues at Penn State. We have received awesome feedback and support from the university and the students. We are looking forward to building and growing our partnership.”
ERIC CIANCAGLINI, FRANCHISEE, KONO USA
Kono USA operates across multiple unit types, including carts, kiosks and mobile trucks across the United States. They have several locations queued for opening in Q1 2018, including areas near Boston, Tempe, San Diego, Orlando, Dallas, Houston and San Francisco. For information on Kono USA or to inquire about franchising, visit www.konousa.com.
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