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Profits Increased At Four Base Wood Fired Pizza Outlets During The Year That Ended On June 30, 2020

Published on Apr 27 2021 12:28 PM in Restaurant tagged: Trending Posts / Base Wood Fired Pizza

Profits Increased At Four Base Wood Fired Pizza Outlets During The Year That Ended On June 30, 2020

New accounts have revealed that four Base Wood Fired Pizza outlets experienced an increase in profits during the year that ended on June 30, 2020.

As reported by The Irish Independent, the Base Wood Fired Pizza outlets in the Dublin areas of Ballsbridge, Glenageary, Stillorgan and Terenure all experienced an increase in profits during the 12 month period, according to the new accounts.

Ballsbridge Outlet

Accounts for the Ballsbridge outlet reveal that its post-tax profits increased to €174,165 during the year that ended on June 30, 2020, from €172,964 the previous year.

Glenageary Outlet

The Base Wood Fired Pizza outlet in Glenageary experienced profits of €93,877 during the 12 month period, which followed profits of €2,053 the previous year.

Stillorgan Outlet

Accounts for the Base Wood Fired Pizza outlet in Stillorgan reveal that its profits increased to €88,224 during the period from €41,717 a year earlier.

Terenure Outlet

Accounts for the Base Wood Fired Pizza outlet in Terenure state that the outlet made profits of €187,329 during the year that ended on June 30, 2020, which followed profits of €69,232 the previous year. A note attached to the Terenure outlet's accounts stated that it "has not seen a significant effect on its trading activities as a result of the [COVID-19] pandemic".

Base Wood Fired Pizza Information

Base Wood Fired Pizza was founded by Co. Monaghan native Shane Crilly, who studied pizza making in Naples before opening the first Base Wood Fired Pizza in Terenure in 2008.

There are currently seven Base Wood Fired Pizza outlets across Dublin, which employ 100 people.

The other three Base Wood Fired Pizza outlets are in Castleknock, Drumcondra and Lucan.

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