Kennesaw is getting a new ‘create your own’ pizza spot

March 2, 2017 Yvonne Zusel

MOD Pizza is coming to Kennesaw. / Photo from the MOD Pizza Facebook page

MOD Pizza is coming to Kennesaw. / Photo from the MOD Pizza Facebook page

Cobb County is getting the first metro Atlanta location of a popular Seattle-based pizza chain.

MOD Pizza (MOD stands for “made on design”) signed a lease for a spot at Kennesaw Marketplace at the corner of US Highway 41 and Barrett Parkway, according to Tomorrow’s News Today.

The concept allows customers to choose from more than 30 ingredients, with all pizzas being one set price no matter the number of toppings.

The chain, which opened its first store in 2008 and has about 200 locations in 20 states and the UK, is planning to open other locations in Georgia as part of a franchising deal with franchise group Southern Pie, LLC, led by Robbie Hill and his daughter, Kimberly Hill Hayden.

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