Recession proves positive for nation's pizzerias

12/9/2010 | ABC News

The country's 65,000 pizza restaurants have fared well during the downturn, as more consumers flock to the relatively affordable comfort food during tough financial times. Chains including Pizza Hut and Domino's boosted sales with long-term low-price promotions, and smaller pizzerias held their own as well. "We've opened up five locations in the past year and a half," said Brian Harley of New York's 99-Cent Fresh Pizza.

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