From the November 2009 Glover Park Gazette:
The Pizza Hut delivery store at 2338 Wisconsin closed in mid-September, but Mike Isen, a representative of the building’s owner, says he is “hopeful we’ll have something signed with a new tenant by the end of the year.” The owner is actively marketing the property to both food service and retail companies, Isen says.
The Pizza Hut had been at that location since 1993, but the franchise was purchased three years ago by a new franchisee, ADF Companies. Harry Harnett, the CEO of ADF, blamed the soft economy for the store’s loss. The shop “historically was a marginal asset,” he wrote in an email. “In these tough economic times, all of our restaurants have to make money.”