Little Caesars Franchise

Pizza


Michael and Marian Ilitch, the authors of Little CaesarsĀ® Pizza, thought ambitiously, went out on a limb, and grew one pizza shop in a Detroit suburb into a worldwide pizza chain.

It began with somewhat known nibble sustenance called "pizza" brought home by World War II fighters coming back from Italy. Mike and Marian saw guarantee in this new sustenance and were enthusiastic about beginning their own pizza business. They contributed their $10,000 life investment funds toward opening a solitary Little Caesars shop in 1959. To develop the chain, Mike and Marian diversified their stores, at last giving a huge number of people the chance to possess their own particular business. Mike and Marian took individual pride in helping franchisees develop their organizations and giving business chances to youthful team individuals.

Over 50 years after the fact, Little Caesars is a universally known brand.

A BRIGHT FUTURE

Little Caesars keeps on improving to give more an incentive to more individuals in more places. This implies business open doors for business people, new stores over the world, top notch and advantageous new items, and showcasing advancements that enjoyment clients. Most imperative, Little Caesars stays concentrated on what it excels at: furnishing pizza made with our finest fixings at an incredible cost far and wide!

Little Caesars is one of the most successful carry-out pizza brands in the World. Our high quality product line, production system, amazing value and great customer convenience has made our franchise locations and company-owned stores some of the best in the industry.




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How much does it cost to open a Little Caesars Franchise?

The investment required to open a Little Caesars Franchise is between $221,000-$654,000. There is an initial franchise fee of $20,000 which grants you the license to run a business under the Little Caesars name.

Individual Unit Costs

  • Initial Investment:
    $221,000-$654,000
  • Initial Franchise Fee:
    $20,000
  • Royalty Fee:
    N/A
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When did the first Little Caesars open? 1959
When did Little Caesars start Franchising? 1962

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Little Caesars

Little Caesars

Little Caesars
2211 Woodward Avenue Fox Office Center
Detroit, MI
48201

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