Local pizza chain inks deal to serve at Rose Music Center

Rapid Fired Pizza pies will be available starting with next week’s Whitesnake show

Credit: Lisa Powell

Credit: Lisa Powell

A locally based and fast-growing pizza chain has signed a deal with Rose Music Center to serve pizza during concerts at the Huber Heights venue, starting with next week's Whitesnake show on Monday, April 29.

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Rapid Fired Pizza will offer Rose Music Center concert-goers three options of its pizza in a special eight-inch version at concession stands for every concert this season.

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Options will include a Pepperoni, Sausage or Cheese Pizza with tomato sauce.

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Rapid Fired Pizza was founded in Kettering and opened its first restaurant on Miamisburg-Centerville Road in Washington Twp. in the fall of 2015. It now has 31 stores open in six states and multiple stores under construction in additional states.

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The locally based chain’s quick-cook concept offers choose-your-own-toppings pizzas that cook in three minutes in a high-temperature oven. Rapid Fired features eight sauces, eight cheeses, more than 30 toppings, and 14 dipping sauces. Salads, calzones, breadsticks and desserts are also available.

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The chain recently introduced larger 14-inch pizzas, beer and wine at select locations.

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