BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (WDTN) - Two popular pizza makers have abruptly closed their doors in the Miami Valley.
Papa Murphy's in Beavercreek closed its doors overnight posting a letter on the door blaming the restaurant's corporate owners.
The letter reads, "STORE CLOSED: Corporate closed this store because we wouldn't spend $140,000 for new floors, POS (point of sale) system, new ceiling and new makeline. This would have been money wasted!!"
2 NEWS spoke with the owner of the store at 1195 N. Fairfield Rd who told us about 20 employees worked at the Beavercreek store. 2 NEWS spoke with a regional manager who said the Centerville store has also closed after 16 years in business.
The Papa Murphy's website no longer lists the Beavercreek or Centerville stores as locations.
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