Where is Papa Ginos Corporate office Headquarters

Papa Ginos Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 600 Providence Hwy, Dedham, MA 02026, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 781-329-1946
  • Fax Number: N/A
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  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1961
  • Founder: Michael Valerio; Helen Valerio
  • Key People: Mark DeBlois, (CEO)

Papa Ginos Headquarters Location & Directions

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About Papa Ginos, History and Headquarters Information

Papa Ginos was founded in the year 1961. The company has been active for almost 58 years now. The founder of the company was Michael Valerio. The former name of the company was Piece O' Pizza. In the year 1968, the name of the company was changed to the current one. In the year 1997, Papa Gino's had bought D'Angelo Sandwich Shops -which was another Massachusetts-based fast-food outlet, specializing in sandwiches, from its previous owner Yum Brands. Plans for expansion beyond New England were announced in the year 2005, with franchisees securing the rights to develop locations in New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Florida, USA. Later onwards, executives of a holding company, Papa Gino's Holdings Corporation had bought out the company in a deal financed by Bunker Hill Capital Partners as well. In the year 2018, the company had filed for bankruptcy. Since the 1990s, the chain has entered a corporate sponsorship agreement with the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots. The headquarters of the company is based in 600 Providence Hwy. The name of the place is Dedham, while the name of the state is Massachusetts, USA. The pin code is 02026.

Papa Ginos is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of American-style pizzas. The current CFO of the company is Corey Wendland. As of the year 2004, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $200 million. The company currently has its presence across 97 locations in the USA.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers and clients to have a retail presence in order to purchase various kinds of pizzas, that are served by the restaurants of the company itself. The company’s restaurants also provide casual dining experience as well. The company specialises in American-style pizza along with pasta, subs, salads, and a variety of appetizers.

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  • Joseph Lola says:

    Ordered 3 pizza’s to be picked up at 10:45 today got a comfirmation on it but when went there said they didn’t have it had to re-order it al over again and then one of the pizzas I go was buffalo mac and cheese weel all that is on the pizza is mac and chess not at all happy with the service or there attitude

  • Robert Fagnant says:

    I mean we went there for two lobster sandwich meals but they said we could not eat there even though last time we did. Well, off to another place!

    Bob & Karen

  • Robert Fagnant says:

    We went their for two lobster sandwich meal at Smithfield RI but they said we could not eat there even though last time we did. Well, off to another place!

    Bob & Karen

  • Corinne Lewis says:

    I am a constant patron of the Merrimack NH Papa Gino’s on Continental Blvd. They are doing great with their covid guide lines, I absolutely love this Papa Gino’s and love the pizza especially at lunch time. I would like to know why they stopped using their warmer for their pizza made up for slices. Instead they sit out in the open air to dry out and then rewarm your slice in the oven..yuck yuck yuck…totally dries out the slices!! I have asked and was told it was better for them to sit out than be in the warmer, I don’t understand that at all they are open to everyone walking around them, I would assume they be safer (nevermind a 1000 times tastier) from the warmer. Please have them go back to at least using the warmers for lunch pizza. They use a warmer for boxed and bagged items. USE the warmer for slices makes much more sense to me and happier customers, believe me. A great slice turns into card board reheated in those big pizza ovens.
    Thank you for your attention on this.

  • Barbara says:

    I’ve visited the location on metacom ave in Warren RI msny times and every time one of the managers middle aged man wears a black bandanna with his nose not covered whether hes cooking or at the counter

  • Sandy says:

    Both the Papa Gino’s And the D’Angelos in Middleboro refuse to honor the deals I get from subscribing to your list. What good is joining if the deals will not be honored?

  • Rhonda says:

    Your staff in Woonsocket RI are extremely rude. The girl who took my order was rude and I called to speak to the manager and she hung up on me in the middle of a sentence bid you check my order history you will see we order a lot. Never again.

  • Pete Oc says:

    I just picked up our dinner for tonight,16 April, at your store in West Warwick, RI. I was made to feel extremely uncomfortable as only one of the five or six people cooking or serving food was wearing a face mask. Aware that the law does not go into effect until tomorrow it is a complete disregard for your customers health, and disrespect to put customers at risk that way. Under these conditions the food was not edible. Paid for over the phone by credit card it was not worth the risk to stay there and have my account credited.

  • Kevin says:

    I personally would like to know why you changed. Papa Ginos was an excellent Pizza/Sub shop back in the day IE 60′ and 70″ wasn’t the corporate BS it is today. You had quality food at reasonable prices. The sub condiments onions, tomatoes, peppers were all chopped, which can be done, you had more quality meat and cheese. The Pizza’s and subs were quality Boston food. Did $$$ and greed take over? also I really enjoyed the Sub selections from Dangelos you so quietly closed. Been a fan since I was early teens now in my mid 60’s and very disappointed only go to your store because there is not much other choice. Satisfied with staff dissatisfied with quality lately.

  • Joseph Di Pasquale says:

    I understand that Papa Gino’s also owns Dangelos sandwich shops. I went to the Wareham Dangelos for a roast beef pocket and I was told that they no longer sell roast beef, something about the cost and amount that has to be ordered. I’m very disappointed, the roast beef was always a staple for me growing up. Any chance it can be brought back to the menu?

  • Bill Smith, Retired Customer Service Specialist says:

    Store 1110 Leominster MA. 11/18/19 11:45 AM. Check #14, Server Franz.B.: Ordered a pizza and a meatball sub with cheese, toasted. Pizza was ready before meatball sub was even made. Pizza was kept in warming oven.

    Order taker did not know “meatballs were still cooking” and not ready for sandwiches, yet they soon were ready. Unimpressive Customer Service with three workers serving only three dining room customers and a few walk-ins. Restaurant seems to lack leadership and communication.

    Also, both orders came to the counter for “here” and were not ready for “to go.” Both items incurred additional handling and were messy. Meatball sub did not have cheese. Pizza box was messy with sauce which got on my car seat.

    To order taker’s credit, he did check pizza toppings before making the pizza, as well as when he removed it from the warming oven. The grill cook had some energy but had questionable communication skills.

    I am disappointed the John Fitch Highway Fitchburg MA Papa Gino location, which did deliver, was closed. The restaurant that took over is disappointing as well.

    Give your corporate revenues, it seems there might be room for more middle management and possibly metrics driven customer service improvement. You’ve remarked how big you are and where you sell but have not spoken to how well you serve your customers.

    Mission Statement?

    Thank you.

  • Margaret Kelly says:

    My mom is confined to a wheelchair and just loves Papa Gino’s pizza. She lives in East Falmouth about 10 minutes down the street from Papa Gino’s on Davis Straits in Falmouth. Due to her limited mobility, mom goes with the delivery option. Last Saturday, April 27th (2019), I called to order a pizza for her as I have done several times before and chose the delivery option. I was told by the general manager that Papa Gino’s must have been delivering to her home by mistake and that my mom lives beyond the range of delivery. I thought that excuse was pretty lame and unprofessional. My mom is terribly disappointed as we all are, and I just thought someone in Corporate should know about this because it doesn’t sound right to me. This is important to her. Her world is pretty small these days, and I’d like to know why the delivery option was taken from her. I have called and left messages on the Papa Gino’s Corporate Guests Services line, but no one has returned my calls. Thank you.

  • jack morrison says:

    is it policy of papa ginos stores not to honor coupons that r sent out in mail I live in north reading called to use coupon 7107 and they werent honoring this coupon it changed and deal was now 29.99I always order from papas and was disaapointed n my calling and getting this answer Disappointed customer ,makes me wonder if i will go back plenty of options here in north reading .Icalled on past sunday at 11 am when they opened

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