pepperoni

Jacksonville, AR

#1 Jan 28, 2012
where did it gooooooooooooooooo??????????
Interested

United States

#2 Jan 28, 2012
Lol its still here.. Just not the store it just went to shit. Brenda isnt there nor her family. No one cares like they did..
pepperoni

Stuttgart, AR

#3 Jan 29, 2012
yes i know...they were crazy to get rid of brenda. i thought is shut down....good to know it didnt'.
Interested

United States

#4 Jan 29, 2012
The place hasnt been the same since. But they refuse to let her come back. Idk y they wont. I just kno the management sucks...
Just for FYI

Depauw, IN

#5 Jan 29, 2012
I think the owners just don't care one way or the other. Yes Brenda was the best it's ever had and a lot of that was due to her family that worked there. She had the work ethic and so did they and makes all the difference. Someone else with that same work ethic could go in there and make it wonderful too but don't know if they could find enough employees to put in the effort with her. It's a shame what it's sunk too. The owners may not be competetive in their pay scale to manager and employees. I don't know but I sure miss having a great pizza place to meet friends and get a good meal.
Jumbled

Lewisville, TX

#6 Jan 29, 2012
The pizza is good there. Ever since Jennie left its good.
Not again

United States

#8 Jan 31, 2012
Shut up about Brenda!! She isn't the only person who can run pizza hut. Yes, she did a great job. Yes, they do need help. Ashley was proof in my opinion that someone else is capable if running pizza hut. Maybe you should try to get Ashley to come back full-time, the short time she was manager it was great.
Interested

United States

#9 Jan 31, 2012
Yea ur right ashley was ok. But the quality of the pizza and hospitality you cant ever replace. That is what brings,your customers back day after day. And in my opinion, will NEVER be replaced. Im not the only one who thinks so.. Ask ur neighbors and what they think.
Customer

United States

#10 Jan 31, 2012
Notagain- you are right, pizza hut was great when Ashley was manager...when she was there. If she wasn't there the employees were rude and didn't care. Maybe it's not a management issue as much as an employee issue. I'm sure it is hard to find employees in this town. It is awful now though, Who is the manger now?
observer

United States

#11 Jan 31, 2012
The toppings are so scarce. Pizzas are inexpensive to make so they could be more generous with the toppings, including cheese.

When the other location was open it was always full of people. Now it is hidden and travelers do not know where it is or how to reach it.

Hospitality is certainly lacking.
Interested

United States

#12 Jan 31, 2012
observer wrote:
The toppings are so scarce. Pizzas are inexpensive to make so they could be more generous with the toppings, including cheese.
When the other location was open it was always full of people. Now it is hidden and travelers do not know where it is or how to reach it.
Hospitality is certainly lacking.
You r so right. It makes a difference in the quality of the pizza when someone cares bout their customers.
rendlerendlerend

Harrisburg, PA

#13 Feb 1, 2012
I start going back to pizza hut in December and met that new manager. She seem really nice and the food has got really good and service is really faster. It look like they got a good manager.
Just for FYI

United States

#14 Feb 2, 2012
Have you ever bought the ingredients and made your own pizza? They are not inexpensive to make not if you actually want to taste the ingredients. Nothing is cheap to buy or make anymore. I like lots of cheese on mine and that stuff is so NOT cheap. You can easily get 25 dollars in one not counting doing the cooking yourself but then again can't afford to eat out everyday at those prices either. So high prices and bad service don't equal repeat business. I don't mind paying for good food and service but don't like giving my money to someone who doesn't appear to appreciate it.
meatlovers

Jacksonville, AR

#15 Feb 2, 2012
we ain't ever gonna shut up about brenda and why should we...???????
the cook

Franklin, IN

#16 Feb 2, 2012
ah hush... everybody will get a lil something xtra on there pizza ... :)
O My

Cabot, AR

#17 Feb 4, 2012
Had my grandchildren last night and they wanted to go to the Pizza Hut, my first time inside in a long time. What a trip, when we got their,only about 6 people were in the dining area, and their were 7 employees working ? if you call it that. We were told that there was a 20 to 30 min wait.That turned into a 45 min. to a hour, and when we did get our pizza, we had to go get our siver wear, a refill on out drink, and even a napkin. I noticed that their was two people making pizza, one taking them out of the oven, and 4 more people just standing around. You can't tell me it takes a pizza 45 min. to go through a oven. Very, very, very bad.
Dr Pill

Holly Grove, AR

#18 Dec 18, 2012
A new era of drama is starting there, just wait for it.

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