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10 Years and Counting: Two Guys and Pizza Place look to 10 more with SpeedLine

Posted by Tricia Hoy on Thu, Jul 26, 2012 @ 14:07 PM

Cory Medd owner of Two Guys and a Pizza Place

In 2002, a failing pizzeria was the inspiration for 20-something Cory Medd and a friend to take a leap of faith into restaurant ownership. With an ambitious business plan and a little luck, Two Guys and a Pizza Place was born. From day one, they set out with one plan: to do everything better. And they did. When the time came to install a point of sale system, Cory looked to SpeedLine to help grow his business.

On a trip to the International Pizza Expo in 2006, Cory stopped by the SpeedLine booth on the advice of award-winning pizzeria chef and columnist Diana Coutu. After numerous seminars and demos with competing systems, he knew SpeedLine was right for his business, and booked the installation of his new system only a few months later.

The value was quickly apparent: Payroll went from at least 4 hours a week to less than half an hour bi-weekly. And sales doubled within the first year.

Two Guys and Pizza Place has come a long way from its struggling roots. And the future holds new adventures. From expansion plans to a mobile food truck for events, read the whole story about Cory and Two Guys here. We look forward to what the next ten years will bring too!

Case Study: Two Guys and a Pizza Place

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