The pizza franchisor aims to develop 35 units in St. Louis, and 10 of them by 2024.
In a bid to grow its presence in St. Louis, Little Caesars has laid out ambitious plans to add 35 franchised units and at least 10 of these units are planned to be built by 2024. Little Caesars will focus on signing multi-unit agreements to accelerate its growth and meet its targets.
“Little Caesars is excited to provide further investment and job opportunities to local entrepreneurs, as well as amplify its presence in the St. Louis area,” said Craig Sherwood, Little Caesars vice president of U.S. development.
“Little Caesars prides itself on being a family-owned company since it was established in 1959, and we treat our franchisees like family. We look forward to forming strong relationships with new owners who want to team up with a proven, innovative brand and bring our recognized value, quality and convenience to the families of St. Louis.”
The addition of 35 stores to St. Louis’ markets should employ over 1,000 local residents.
Little Caesars is hosting a webinar for potential franchisees who are interested in the business, click here for more information.
Little Caesars was founded in 1959 as a family-owned restaurant but has today grown into the third-largest pizza chain in the world, with locations in every U.S. state and 27 countries and territories.