Where is Fox`s Pizza Den Corporate office Headquarters

Fox`s Pizza Den Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 4425 William Penn Hwy, Murrysville, PA 15668, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 724-733-7888
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  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1971
  • Founder: Jim Fox
  • Key People: 123

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  • Christina DiGuilio says:

    On May 10, 2020, we went to Fox’s Pizza Den at 1070 West Main Street, Plainfield, IN 46168, we ordered several items, and my husband ordered a Philly steak hoagie/sub sandwich, he ordered his sandwich with just extra cheese and meat only, no peppers or onions, and we ordered pickup, and when we arrived at our destination, we discovered my husband sandwich was not correct. My brother in law lives in Camby, Indiana, and we had to drive back to Plainfield, Indiana to get the correct sandwich. Plainfield is about a 10 to 15 min drive from Camby, Indiana. At this time, the assistant manager Bob was on duty.
    However on 06/06/2020 , around 7pm, my husband and brother in law went to Fox Pizza Den at 1070 West Main Street, Plainfield, IN 46168 to order food for pickup, my husband dealt with the assistant manager Bob, and they placed their order, they waited and waited, customers came in, picked up food, got served for dine in, but they did not get their order, when my brother in law and husband checked on their order, the employees lost their food ticket, my brother in law ordered two sandwiches Italian sub with no tomato and lettuce, and when we got to the house, my nephew had take off the tomato on his sandwich, and my brother-in-law ordered a sandwich which he did not want green peppers, and green peppers were on the sandwich. In addition, my brother in law sandwiches sat out, getting cold while the employees were trying to figure out where my husband’s order was. We are not satisified with the level of service that we have received at your location on our last two visits. It seems like the assistant manager Bob does not have it together to run this location, or provide correct or appropriate level of service.

     
  • Jeff Baker says:

    I recently purchased a pizza at the fox den in Leechberg. I used to live there and would regularly order their pizzas. We’ve not lived there now for over five years and were in the area visiting family. Looked forward to a fox pizza but was disappointed. One of our favorite toppings was double sausage. Your crumbled sausage topping was the absolute BEST! So when we got our pizza and opened the box and discovered chunks of sausage like everybody else does it was so so disappointing. I can’t believe you guys changed. One of the things that made your pizzas great. Why the change in sausage?

     
  • Erin B says:

    I just wanted to email you a complaint…I picked up a big daddy pizza from the vandergrift Fox’s pizza location on Friday 2/28/20 about 7:45pm. The pizza had extra cheese on I/2 and the other 1/2 had onions and banana peppers. The peppers and onions were just put on the pizza and not cooked in it, they were cold, it was disgusting. When I called to speak with someone about this all they said was “sorry”. That is very poor customer service, and you will loose customers with employees like that. I hope you will make this right by either giving me my money back or a replacement pizza since I couldn’t eat the one I have purchased.
    I hope to hear from you soon regarding this.
    Erin Barron

     
  • Alayna Dawn Shaffer says:

    So this was our 2nd chance for Vandegrift foxs. 1st time pizza was garbage we all ate 1 piece then the rest got thrown away. That was about $50 then today we spend $48 on a pizza & 2 wedges, wth, way to much. We get it. My wedge is missing a big chunk on top. I call they say box we will make you a new 1 & sen it out. It is not 9pm & I just ate 1 piece of my wedge that took over 30mins to get after the initial 45mins, ugh. Any other place would say we owe you next time you order. Not eat your dinner at 9 at night cause we screwed up. What a waste of $50. Never again will we order from Vandegrift Foxs. Also 1 of the 4 slices on both our wedges had no meat just lettuce, wth crap is that. Never again. $15 a piece for 3 pieces of meat & a pinch of cheese & pinch of bacon, garbage. We miss Tarentum Foxs. They were the best. Shout to them.

     
  • John Pivetta says:

    Hi,
    We are very upset customers. Last night my wife ordered us two wedgies. We requested that they be lightly baked. We got them and they were dark brown. This has happened before; whether our toppings were incorrect or not lightly baked. I’m not sure whether we will be patronizing Foxs in the future. There are several other pizza shops in town. My phone number is 724-545-2163 and our address is 501 Cleveland Street, Kittanning, PA 16201 if you care to reach out to us. Just wanted to make the corporate level aware of our concerns.

    Respectfully,

    John L. Pivetta

     
  • Timothy Ring says:

    Hirzel Canning out of Ohio is a tomato manufacturer with 3 facilities, we are field to fork, with your canned and bagged tomato products and we do many spec formulas for customers
    Our website is http://www.hirzel .com. Just wanted to put out our reference. Be glad to provide any further info

     
  • Norm says:

    This is a company that COULD become the best of its kind in the entire country and yet, they possess the same kind of backward thinking (or, lack thereof) in showing ANY desire to expand all across the country SO THAT OTHERS might be able to enjoy this great tasting recipe too. But instead… and for some insane reason(s)… there they are with only ONE location in the entire state of California after ALL THESE DECADES since 1971. It never ceases to amaze me how some peoples thought processes work. This same scenario can be said for White Castle Hamburgers. They have riches beyond imagination just WAITING for them here on the West Coast and YET… they say they want to stay “small.” WHAT? REALLY? I do not get it! Something is terribly WRONG in the minds of the people who operate these two companies. Are they AFRAID of success? Why even start anything like this in the first place if you don’t want any customers?

     
  • patb says:

    as a employee as foxes i can honestly say since ive worked here there is alot of concerning issues that’s going on within the franchise….ive spoken to location owner as he seems like he does not cafre about whats going on im not sure what next course of action to take but something really needs to be done asap

     
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