Chuck E. Cheese has inked a improvement settlement within the Dominican Republic. The growth comes after years of success within the Honduras and El Salvadoran markets by present franchise associate Entertenimiento Y Diversiones SA De CV, owned by Leo Castellon, in accordance with a press launch.
Castellon operates three areas in Honduras and one in El Salvador.
“El Salvadorians have welcomed us warmly and we’re assured we’ll see the identical response for bringing the world’s No. 1 household leisure model to the Dominican Republic,” Castellon stated within the launch.
The event settlement builds upon the model’s worldwide growth in 2021, which introduced in agreements from new franchise companions throughout the globe, together with: Qatar; Romania; Kuwait; Surname and Guyana.
As well as, in 2021, the model efficiently expanded its presence with seven retailer openings in markets together with Chile, Peru, Saudi Arabia, El Salvador and Bahrain.
“Seeing development and demand for Chuck E. Cheese exhibits the resilience of our model and speaks to the success that we have been in a position to deliver internationally over the previous couple of years with our present franchise companions. With a number of new companions becoming a member of our franchise system, they’ve acknowledged the identical benefits in launching the model inside every of their nations,” Arun Barnes, COO and SVP of worldwide improvement for CEC Leisure, stated within the launch.
Mum or dad firm CEC Leisure operates practically 600 Chuck E. Cheese leisure facilities and 120 Peter Piper Pizza venues with areas in 47 states and 17 overseas nations and territories.