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Pizza Hut relocating this weekend

April 20, 2012

Photo by Colin Deppen - St. Marys Pizza Hut, owned and operated by ARC Restaurants, LLC, of DuBois, is relocating Pizza Hut to 205 Comfort Lane, next to the Comfort Inn and across from the St. Marys Area High School.
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Colin Deppen

St. Marys Pizza Hut, owned and operated by ARC Restaurants, LLC, of DuBois, is relocating Pizza Hut to 205 Comfort Lane, next to the Comfort Inn and across from the St. Marys Area High School.
The new restaurant will open on April 30 as a Pizza Hut/Wingstreet. It will feature a modern facility, unique dining room and a new expanded menu featuring Wingstreet Wings.
The existing Pizza Hut will be closed at the end of business on Sunday, April 22 and begin moving to the new location on Comfort Lane.
Pizza Hut began in St. Marys on October 10, 1978. It was independently owned until 1990. Pizza Hut Inc. purchased the Pizza Hut and operated the restaurant until December 9, 2003. ARC Restaurants, LLC of DuBois purchased the Pizza Hut and has operated the restaurant to the present.
President and General Manager Roger Gates announced the move to the new location was necessary as the lease at the present location was ending. ARC Restaurants purchased the former KFC/Taco Bell property in January 2012 and began construction in late February. The new Pizza Hut Wingstreet will open on April 30.
Gates said he appreciates all the various people in the community that helped make this transition a success, especially the customers, vendors, contractors and staff at the Pizza Hut.
Questions may be answered by calling the ARC Restaurants, LLC office at 814-371-8445 or by calling the St. Marys Pizza Hut at 814-834-1022.

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