US-based quick-service pizza franchise Stoner’s Pizza Joint plans to open two new corporate-owned stores in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and Travelers Rest, South Carolina.

The openings are part of a broader strategy, with six new locations expected to launch across four states in early 2024.

The locations will offer dine-in, take-out and full delivery options.

Stoner’s joint chief operations officer Ashley Dempsey said: “We are excited to bring the Stoner’s brand to the Fayetteville and Travelers Rest communities.

“We are experiencing tremendous growth in the North and South Carolina markets and know our delicious recipes will be a great fit in these neighbourhoods.”

Founded in 2013, Stoner’s Pizza Joint is a delivery and takeout-focused concept.

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Its offerings include speciality pizzas, calzones, strombolis, sandwiches, hickory-smoked chicken wings, salads and baked desserts.

All products are made using fresh ingredients and prepared in-house daily with minimal production time, including the brand’s proprietary recipes for pizza dough, sauce and cheese blend.

Last month, Stoner’s announced that it will open five new locations in Texas and scheduled the first two for the first half of 2024 in the Sachse and Rowlett markets.

The other three are planned in the Wylie, McKinney and Frisco areas. The brand plans to open 100 venues by the end of 2025, targeting new multi-unit operators across the US.