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The global pizza chain is set on developing at least 15 new units by 2024.
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The family-owned pizza chain is looking to take advantage of the positive economic environment for franchising and wishes to grow beyond the 30 existing locations in Denver.
“Our franchise business model — renowned for our revolutionary Reserve-N-Ready system bolstered by our signature Pizza Portal pickup and delivery — is perfectly suited for the active, on-the-go Denver community,” said Craig Sherwood, vice president of U.S. development at Little Caesars.
“Couple this with the forecast that Colorado stands out among the top 10 states expected to sustain the highest franchise business growth throughout 2021 per the International Franchise Association (IFA) Annual Economic Outlook Report, growing our brand’s footprint in this capital city is a no-brainer.”
Potential franchisees seeking to learn more about the opportunity are invited to a live webinar event on Wednesday, August 11 at 6PM, MT.
Headquartered in Detroit, Little Caesars was founded in 1959 by Mike and Marian Ilitch and has grown to a global pizza chain with locations in 27 countries and all 50 states in the U.S.A.
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