Jarrod Croker opening Crust pizza in Goulburn

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Jarrod Croker opening Crust pizza in Goulburn

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@TheGHRaiders: We understand Canberra Raiders captain @Jarrodcroker is bringing Crust to Goulburn! Good luck with the venture!

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Wonder how much it costs to open a crust.
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papabear wrote:Wonder how much it costs to open a crust.
All up about 500k.
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Doesn't Campo or Brett White own one some where as well?
Maybe Bronson Harrison did too?


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Terry Campese owns a Crust in Belconnen I believe.
Brett White the Pita Pit Braddon.
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Campo definitely. I didn't wanna be the one who brought up the last captain to own a Crust.
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greeneyed wrote:Brett White the Pita Pit Braddon.
Brett White and Glen Turner sold Pita Pit for a fraction of what they put in setting up the place.

Franchises are not a good idea especially something like Pita Pit that no-one has heard of in the first place.
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That'll help him earn a crust post football
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Pigman wrote:That'll help him earn a crust post football
That pizza joke is real cheesy, but I'm sure it can't be topped.
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greeneyed wrote:Terry Campese owns a Crust in Belconnen I believe.
Brett White the Pita Pit Braddon.
White owned Pita with another ex Raider ... I think they sold it.
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Roy Rover wrote:
greeneyed wrote:Brett White the Pita Pit Braddon.
Brett White and Glen Turner sold Pita Pit for a fraction of what they put in setting up the place.

Franchises are not a good idea especially something like Pita Pit that no-one has heard of in the first place.
Top match competition in the Braddon area ... walk past the shop on most days and I very rarely see anyone purchasing
I don't post facts
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Crust is awesome. Expensive, but the best take away pizza I think I've had in Canberra.
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Green_Hammock wrote:Crust is awesome. Expensive, but the best take away pizza I think I've had in Canberra.
You need to try some more pizza places then in that case!

Crust is okay when you're comparing it to Domino's or Pizza Hut, but is bog average and way too over priced.

In saying that, if I'm ever in Goulburn I'll buy a Pizza just to support Toots jnr
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Raider Azz wrote:
Green_Hammock wrote:Crust is awesome. Expensive, but the best take away pizza I think I've had in Canberra.
You need to try some more pizza places then in that case!

Crust is okay when you're comparing it to Domino's or Pizza Hut, but is bog average and way too over priced.

In saying that, if I'm ever in Goulburn I'll buy a Pizza just to support Toots jnr
Pfft I've tried plenty. Peri peri from crust is just the bomb.
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I'd like to know of these better pizza places Raider Azz. (I'm being serious not sarcastic!)
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Mills n grills in Florey is pretty good
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Raidersfan wrote:
Roy Rover wrote:
greeneyed wrote:Brett White the Pita Pit Braddon.
Brett White and Glen Turner sold Pita Pit for a fraction of what they put in setting up the place.

Franchises are not a good idea especially something like Pita Pit that no-one has heard of in the first place.
Top match competition in the Braddon area ... walk past the shop on most days and I very rarely see anyone purchasing
It's bog ordinary, probably explains why.
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greeneyed wrote:I'd like to know of these better pizza places Raider Azz. (I'm being serious not sarcastic!)
Pizza Gusto on Lonsdale next to Autolyse is outstanding. It's woodfired italian style so not the amount of topping that some would like. But eat it fresh out of the oven at an outside table. Top shelf.
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BJ wrote:
greeneyed wrote:I'd like to know of these better pizza places Raider Azz. (I'm being serious not sarcastic!)
Pizza Gusto on Lonsdale next to Autolyse is outstanding. It's woodfired italian style so not the amount of topping that some would like. But eat it fresh out of the oven at an outside table. Top shelf.
I vouch for that recommendation to.

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Notaroboticfish wrote:Mills n grills in Florey is pretty good
Good is an understatement..

That place is the business
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greeneyed wrote:I'd like to know of these better pizza places Raider Azz. (I'm being serious not sarcastic!)
Pizza Gusto has already been mentioned
Zucchini Bros. (Chisholm)
Trevs @ Dickson
Walter G's (also in Dickson)
Locale (Deakin)
Pizza Arte (Kingston)
Da Bronx (Forde)

That's just a few good places I've tried.

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I live at Kingston and never gone to Pizza Arte. I guess I should try it.
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Good for him.

This doesn't bode well for the GreenGrocer - the greatest bike shop/eatery this side of London!!

It burnt down earlier this year and I'm hopeful they rebuild - I hope Croker's little venture doesn't prevent the rebuild!!

Goulburn can have two pizza shops right? In that case - it'll be all okay.
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Raider Azz wrote:
greeneyed wrote:I'd like to know of these better pizza places Raider Azz. (I'm being serious not sarcastic!)
Pizza Gusto has already been mentioned
Zucchini Bros. (Chisholm)
Trevs @ Dickson
Walter G's (also in Dickson)
Locale (Deakin)
Pizza Arte (Kingston)
Da Bronx (Forde)

That's just a few good places I've tried.

There is great takeaway Pizza no matter where in Canberra you live Image
Divots cafe at gold creek country club has decent pizzas, way better than dominoes or pizza hut [SLICE OF PIZZA]

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That's not hard... most homemade pizza is better than that crap
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With both Campo and Croker investing in Crust any chance that it is a TPA deal? It seems a good way to get given extra payments.


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No chance.
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greeneyed wrote:No chance.
Why not?


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They're a franchise company, they won't give franchises away...
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greeneyed wrote:They're a franchise company, they won't give franchises away...
Doesn't stop someone buying one and giving it to them.

I'm sure if Croker played for another. Lib many on here would be suggesting that is what has happened.


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Raider Azz wrote:
greeneyed wrote:I'd like to know of these better pizza places Raider Azz. (I'm being serious not sarcastic!)
Pizza Gusto has already been mentioned
Zucchini Bros. (Chisholm)
Trevs @ Dickson
Walter G's (also in Dickson)
Locale (Deakin)
Pizza Arte (Kingston)
Da Bronx (Forde)

That's just a few good places I've tried.

There is great takeaway Pizza no matter where in Canberra you live Image
I can't believe Zucchini Bros still exists.
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edwahu wrote:
Raider Azz wrote:
greeneyed wrote:I'd like to know of these better pizza places Raider Azz. (I'm being serious not sarcastic!)
Pizza Gusto has already been mentioned
Zucchini Bros. (Chisholm)
Trevs @ Dickson
Walter G's (also in Dickson)
Locale (Deakin)
Pizza Arte (Kingston)
Da Bronx (Forde)

That's just a few good places I've tried.

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I can't believe Zucchini Bros still exists.
Zucchini Bros should be heritage listed, the place is a Tuggeranong staple Image
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RTW wrote:
greeneyed wrote:They're a franchise company, they won't give franchises away...
Doesn't stop someone buying one and giving it to them.

I'm sure if Croker played for another. Lib many on here would be suggesting that is what has happened.


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I think you're grasping at straws. His isn't the first player in the NRL to invest in his own business.
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Raider Azz wrote:
RTW wrote:
greeneyed wrote:They're a franchise company, they won't give franchises away...
Doesn't stop someone buying one and giving it to them.

I'm sure if Croker played for another. Lib many on here would be suggesting that is what has happened.


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I think you're grasping at straws. His isn't the first player in the NRL to invest in his own business.
Not saying he hasn't invested it himself, he does seem a very level headed young man so i wouldn't be surprised if that is how he is spending his money.

Nor am I suggesting any wrong doing in fact if it was an example of a legal (and who really knows what is acceptable under TPA's) then I applaud it.






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afgtnk wrote:
Raidersfan wrote:
Roy Rover wrote:
greeneyed wrote:Brett White the Pita Pit Braddon.
Brett White and Glen Turner sold Pita Pit for a fraction of what they put in setting up the place.

Franchises are not a good idea especially something like Pita Pit that no-one has heard of in the first place.
Top match competition in the Braddon area ... walk past the shop on most days and I very rarely see anyone purchasing
It's bog ordinary, probably explains why.
I went every time I came down to Canberra for a game.
But to be honest it was just to chat to Whitey.
And it was either on the way to, or on the way out of Bentspoke - I don't think I ever finished a Pita :opps
Hopefully White's getting paid well enough as a coach and Turner has something else in the works.
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