Bumping to expose the world to my geniusThere are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP.
If I eat a pizza in a restaurant for $8, the restaurant gains maybe $1


Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
<blockquoteBumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP. 
Bumping to expose the world to my genius
There are too many mor4ns here who’d rather make dad jokes than delve into what could be an interesting discussion.
1. Where are you buying $8 pizzas? In my city, pizzas are $16 at least. So that’s $2/pizza profit, given the assumed profit margin.
2. To make $100k/yr profit, that’s 50k pizzas/yr. If they’re open 300 days/yr, that’s about 170 pizzas/day.
3. To sell 170 pizzas/day in an 8hour day, that’s about 21 pizzas/hour. Easily attainable for a busy store. Not to mention all the highermargin extras, like soda, toppings, and sideorders.
Up your game, OP.