Pizza Hut officially reopens

  • Wednesday, February 12, 2014

  • Updated Tuesday, February 18, 2014 9:25 am

Scott Harper/Times


In December 2012, Georgetown’s Pizza Hut was destroyed by fire. After a soft reopening in its new Church Street building earlier this month, a ribbon cutting was held Monday for the new and improved restaurant which seats 76 people. Pictured are: Marketing Director Susan Koch, City Administrator Chris Carter, Area Manager Tom Hankins, Managers Sherry and Learnent Livingston, City Planner Rick Martin, Executive Vice President for the Southeast Region Cindy Pannell, owner Rick Seagroves. Also pictured is the famous pizza slice. Mr. Livingston said he has managed the business for 28 years and is happy to be back serving his customers. As a salute to the firefighters who helped with the fire, fire fighting decor is displayed on the walls of the restaurant.

Scott Harper/Times


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