State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) recently presented a commendation to Daniel Klecha honoring the opening of a new location of Gionino’s Pizzeria in Broadview Heights. Klecha is the owner of the new establishment.

Gionino’s Pizzeria was established more than 26 years ago by Sam and Chuck Owen in northeastern Ohio. The family business has grown into a franchise with over 40 locations in the region and one in South Carolina. The newest location in Broadview Heights marks the first store in Cuyahoga County.

"The 6th House District welcomes Gionino's Pizzeria to Broadview Heights," said Rep. Anielski.  "I appreciate new businesses expanding in northeast Ohio.  So far, the Mediterranean pizza is my favorite."

A ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the grand opening was performed this past May.

"Our focus at Gionino's is to become the hometown favorite. Our number one goal is community involvement. We promise to provide great food every time because that's our job,” said Daniel Klecha. “Our mission is to connect with the community that we serve and pizza is our ticket in. When this community gets hungry I want everyone to think Gionino's Pizzeria; not only for our pizza, but also for what we stand for as a business."

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