Niagara County Business Closes Doors, Leaves Parting Note Pointed at Governor

Little Caesars Pizza in North Tonawanda has been part of the local business spread for a decade.  Yesterday, the establishment closed for good, but not before leaving a note mentioning the Governor: “Cuomo got us.  We are closed for business permanently.”

In a post on social media, a few hours after residents began taking notice from online reports, Little Caesars addressed the location’s closing on Twitter: “We are sorry to say that we had to close the North Tonawanda location.  We appreciate all the support and business over the last 10 years.  We met some great people along the way, and you will all be greatly missed.”

Whether the initial statement was meant to highlight a health code violation causing a shutdown, dwindling sales beneath state guidelines, or some other reason is unknown. There has been no further comment made by local or corporate management as to the official reason for closure.

(A closed down Little Caesars on Payne Avenue in North Tonawanda.)

(This article was updated on 10/12 at 4:59 p.m.)


One thought on “Niagara County Business Closes Doors, Leaves Parting Note Pointed at Governor

  1. When asked how he plans to relieve franchises around the nation, the CEO of the Little Ceasar’s corporation was quoted as saying “Pizza pizza.”

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