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Chuck E. Cheese expanding to Europe with Romania FEC locations

Chuck E. Cheese has revealed plans to expand to Europe after signing a franchise development agreement to take its FECs to Romania.

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Chuck E. Cheese, the iconic family entertainment centre (FEC) chain, has signed a franchise development agreement with EWAS Management Solutions to take Chuck E. Cheese locations to Romania.

“Chuck E. Cheese is thrilled to bring our signature fun, games, and entertainment, to all the kids and families across Romania,” said Arun Barnes, chief operating officer and senior VP of international.

“This is a significant new partnership, and we look forward to growing our Chuck E. Cheese global franchise family,” Barnes added.

Chuck E. Cheese locations opening in Romania

EWAS Management Solutions is owned by Anda and Gabriel Teodorescu. “I experienced the Chuck E. Cheese brand, with my family, on an international trip and saw an exciting opportunity of bringing this brand to Romania,” said Gabriel.

“During our due diligence of the brand, we were impressed with a robust, turn-key, highly profitable franchise business model,” Teodorescu added.

Chuck E. Cheese operates nearly 100 international locations across 17 regions. It recently opened its first venue in El Salvador and its eighth location in Peru.

Chuck E. Cheese operates 100 global locations

CEC Entertainment, the parent company of Chuck E. Cheese, appointed David McKillips as its chief executive officer in January 2020. He recently spoke to blooloop about the company’s future.

“Chuck E. Cheese is well positioned for a strong recovery post-pandemic and international development is a key pillar for the company’s long-term growth,” added Barnes.

“Expanding into the EU is an exciting step for the brand, whilst continuing to bring a safe and fun environment ‘Where A Kid Can Be A Kid’ to families world-wide.”

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A journalist specialising in entertainment and attractions, Bea loves theme parks (mainly Disney) and is particularly interested in things of a gothic, horror or fantasy nature.

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