The Californian Exodus Continues as a Major Pizza Chain Relocates to Georgia

The Californian Exodus Continues as a Major Pizza Chain Relocates to Georgia


California has been one of the top states to flee for both citizens and businesses — and now the Golden State has lost another major company.

Blaze Pizza announced last week that it is abandoning California to re-establish its headquarters in Georgia.

The fast-casual dining establishment, which was founded in California in 2011, is known for its Subway-like setup where customers pick the toppings they want from various fresh ingredients as employees assemble their specially ordered pizza in front of them.

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But California no longer will be the home base for the company, which counts NBA star LeBron James as an investor, the industry site Restaurant Business reported June 4.

Blaze Pizza said its move to Georgia will be completed by September. Most of the

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