Mexican pizza delivery company owner Luis Salas wants to bring his own pizza chain to the U.S. in the coming years, and he says he will have to pay more for it than the typical pizza shop would.
Salas is a pizza delivery driver in Los Angeles who recently started to build a small operation that sells his own product and is trying to raise money to start a chain.
He recently closed a deal to buy a 10,000-square-foot pizza restaurant, Pizza Pizza, which is currently operating at the corner of Washington Boulevard and Broadway in downtown Los Angeles.
Salhas said he would need to pay about $1.5 million for Pizza Pizza and is working on raising the money from investors, but the deal is still in the early stages and he hasn’t been able to get approval from local regulators.
He has started a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, and has raised about $7,000 so far.
Salasa said he hopes to start selling pizza in Los Vegas by the end of the year.
He said that if he gets the $1 million he needs to start the company, he will pay the rent for the first year and buy another restaurant at a nearby mall.
But he said the money he would have to raise from investors would have been enough to buy the pizza delivery business and create the company’s own brand.
“It’s going to be a big challenge, but I have the resources to do it,” Salas said.
Salases’ Pizza Pizza operates two locations in Los Altos Hills, a city about 45 miles (80 kilometers) north of Los Angeles, and a third in the city of Anaheim, about 40 miles (64 kilometers) south.
The company’s pizza delivery service is primarily delivered by Zipcar vehicles that have to be driven in two lanes of traffic to deliver.
The pizza delivery system has been criticized by many, including some who are worried about its safety, because of drivers being distracted by cellphones and other distractions.
In 2016, Los Alto Mayor Ron Gallegos ordered the city to look into how Pizza Pizza could operate safely without a dedicated driver.
In October 2016, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge found the company was operating in a dangerous way and ordered it to shut down by April 2017.
The judge also ordered the company to provide more detailed safety information to city and county regulators.
Salinas said the company did not comply with the court order.
He did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Salias said he is confident the city can work with him to find a way to operate in a safer manner, but said he has not received any official approval from city officials.
“I am very confident in what we can do and how we can operate,” Salases said.
“We’re trying to do everything we can to meet the regulations.”
He added that he hopes the city will be more open to his business.
“If we have to go through the city, then it’s up to the city.
But we have a good relationship with them.
They understand the risks,” Salmas said.
A spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County Department of Consumer Affairs said it had not received a request to intervene in Salas’ case.
The spokeswoman, Kim Evers, said in an email that the department was “currently reviewing the legal options available in the area.”
She did not elaborate on the specifics of Salas’s case.
About 15,000 pizzas were delivered in the U:s.
last year, according to a report from the pizza industry trade group Pizzaholics Anonymous.
About one-third of those pizzas went to consumers, according a survey of 1,000 customers conducted by the company that is the owner of Pizza Pizza.
That survey showed that the majority of customers who received their orders through Pizza Pizza were satisfied with their pizza.
But the company has struggled with a number of challenges, including a shortage of workers and customers.
The California Restaurant Association has criticized the way Pizza Pizza is run.
In an opinion piece last month, the group wrote that Salas “may be well-intentioned, but his actions could lead to a disastrous outcome.”