CLEVELAND, Ohio, April 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Exploring better ways to get pizza to homes is a never-ending process at Marco's Pizza. And to address the wide range of communities it serves – from rural farmlands to densely-populated urban centers – Marco's Pizza is currently testing several alternative delivery methods. Advanced transportation options such as drones and hoverboards show promise. But so does a centuries-old approach, horse and buggy.
"Drones are a viable option for getting pizza to people in downtown areas," explained John McCauley, Marco's Senior Brand Director. "But if you're living on a farm in America's breadbasket region, a draft horse and a buggy is a real advantage. The goal is to have a number of proven delivery approaches that we can employ, matching them with the local conditions."
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Marco's was founded by native Italian, Pasquale "Pat" Giammarco in 1978. Today, it's America's fastest-growing pizza company. The company has grown from its roots as a beloved Ohio brand to operate more than 700 stores in 35 states and three countries.
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