Leo’s Pizza Hut has closed in Houston after four years in business
Posted On July 23, 2021
(AP) Leo’s, a pizza chain that has been in business in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania for more than four decades, is closing its doors in the city, ending its eight-year run.
The Harrisburg Business Journal (http://bit.ly/2l6gNlM) reported Thursday that the company announced it was closing its Harrisburg restaurant and gas station.
Leo’s has been a popular hangout spot in Harrisville for generations, and it’s known for its signature pie and cheeseburger, which are both popular in other parts of the country.
The company said it’s offering employees severance, and all employees will receive a $1,000 severance package.
The closing is expected to take place in the next few days, according to the Harrisburg business journal.