8 Branches of Eddy’s Pizza now Cheezy Pizza
Eight (8) Eddys Pizza branches: Ring Road Dansoman Osu Haatso Adenta Ashaiman A (Opposite Absa Bank) Kasoa Spintex have been rebranded into Cheezy Pizza.
The rebranding ceremony was held at a colourful ceremony at the Ring Road branch of the company with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mr. Edwin Quartey, staff, patrons, clergy, media, brand ambassador Nana Ama Mac-Brown and other personalities in attendance.
In his address at the ceremony, Mr. Quartey recounted how the first pizza made by the company was done in a garage a decade ago in East Legion where they lived.
According to him, the journey was not an easy one but with dedication, quality service and God, the company has flourished and expanded as well as creating jobs for several young people.
He said ”it has not been easy but God has been good,” he said.
He said some persons have questioned why the 8 branches have been rebranded when Eddy’s Pizza is doing well in the industry but in his response he assured them there is more ahead and they have come a long way, but there is a longer way to go.
Edwin indicated that when they started, their biggest challenge was importing cheese from the USA, but as time went by, things became easier.
Edwin, together with his twin brother Edward, started Eddy’s Pizza about ten years ago. They were both living in the USA when they decided to come home and start the business.
Cheezy Pizza is one of the most exquisite pizza outlets in Ghana. It provides a variety of pizza menu, including pepperoni, margherita, four-cheese margherita, veggie lovers, BBQ chicken, fruit pizza and more.
Besides pizza, Cheezy Pizza also prepares sandwiches, rice, hot beverages, cold beverages, smoothies, fresh juices, milk shakes, desserts, among others.
The CEO who is a trained lawyer indicated that Cheezy Pizza focused on thee values i.e delivering excellence, customer satisfaction and fast delivery and with the tag line ‘Cheezy Pizza, Your Pizza, Your Way’.
Edwin started his basic school at Datus and continued at the Adisadel College, where he completed secondary education in 1979. Then he went to the University of Alaska and Howard University in DC before going to Law School. He practised law for about 17 years before he came back to Ghana to establish Eddy’s Pizza.