The world’s third-largest pizza chain, Little Caesars, is looking to expand its franchise in the Denver region. By the end of 2024, the family-owned pizza business plans to build at least 15 outlets in the Denver neighborhood. Little Caesars, based in Detroit, has locations in all 50 states and 27 countries around the globe. In the Denver vicinity, the world’s third-largest pizza company already has more than 30 outlets.
As per the press release, Little Caesars is looking for franchisees and organizations to help it expand in Colorado. According to Little Caesars Vice President of U.S. Development Craig Sherwood, the company’s franchise business model, which is known for its groundbreaking Reserve-N-Ready system and distinctive Pizza Portal pickup and delivery, is “ideally suited for the energetic, on-the-go Denver population.”
According to the International Franchise Association (IFA) Annual Economic Outlook Report, Colorado has been among the top 10 states anticipated to have the strongest franchise business expansion through 2021, thus expanding the brand’s presence in that region came easy to them.
Little Caesars was started in 1959 by Mike and Marian Ilitch as a single, family-owned restaurant in Detroit, Michigan. For the last 14 years, Little Caesars has been voted “Best Value in America” thanks to their HOT-N-READY pizza and famous Crazy Bread. Based on Sandelman & Associates’ countrywide study of national quick-service restaurant consumers from 2007 to 2020, it is believed so, titled “Highest-Rated Chain – Value for the Money.” Little Caesars takes pride in using high-quality supplies that are always fresh and never frozen mozzarella cheese. Their sauce, too, is prepared from vine-ripened California crushed tomatoes.
Little Caesars is always seeking franchisee applicants to join their team in regions across the world. Little Caesars is an incredibly high-growth company with 60 years of expertise in the $145 billion global pizza industry. The pizza chain also offers tremendous brand recognition with one of the most recognizable and engaging personalities in the country, Little Caesars, in addition to the potential for entrepreneurial freedom in a franchise structure.
According to the latest announcement, Little Caesars’ franchise investments begin at $360,000, with veteran and first responder incentive packages available. Prospective franchisees must visit Franchise.LittleCaesars.com. Candidates looking to learn more about the business model and its Denver expansion possibilities are encouraged to attend an exclusive live webinar on Wednesday, Aug. 11 at 6 p.m. MT.