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New pizza shop coming soon to Niles

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NILES, Ohio -

A growing create your own pizza shop in Ohio is planning to expand to Trumbull County.

PizzaFire has signed two four-store franchise development contracts in Northeast Ohio, bringing a location to Niles.

The store will open on Niles Cortland Road Southeast in the building between Jimmy John's and Five Guys Burgers and Fries.

Since late 2014, PizzaFire has opened five corporate stores to date, and has signed leases in Strongsville, Parma, Fairlawn, and Beachwood, Ohio.

"We expect to have 15 locations open throughout Northeast Ohio by the end of 2017," said Sean Brauser, PizzaFire CEO.

People will be able to customize their pizza with 6 different sauces, 5 different cheeses, and 40 fresh toppings.

PizzaFire is expected to open sometime at the end of April.

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