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Arthur Treacher's to open location in Webster

Rochester Business Journal
April 4, 2014

Arthur Treacher’s Fish and Chips will open a second location in the Rochester area at 4 p.m. Monday at 195 North Ave. in Webster.

The first location on 2055 East Ridge Road in Irondequoit opened March 10 and topped the company’s sales record for a new store opening, officials said.

“Our phones started ringing off the hook with customers asking if we would open an Arthur Treacher’s in their neighborhood,” said Samuel Fantauzzo, CEO and founder of Salvatore’s Old Fashioned Pizzeria and owner and operator of the Webster Arthur Treacher’s Fish and Chips. “We are working as fast as we can and will announce where the third location will be at our Webster grand opening.”

Plans for the brand are continued expansion, including several stand-alone locations throughout Monroe County.

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