Little Caesars has announced its intentions to grow the brand on the Hawaiian Islands with the construction of 16 stores by 2027. Oahu has been identified as the main island of interest, but Kauai, Maui, the Big Island and Molokai have also been highlighted as potential areas of growth.
A major focus of Little Caesar’s expansion into Hawaii has been to provide veterans on the island an opportunity to own their own business through the brand’s veterans program.
“With more than 10 percent of the population made up of veterans and over 13 military bases in the state, Hawaii is home to some of our country’s greatest heroes,” said Craig Sherwood, vice president of U.S. development at Little Caesars and a military veteran himself.
“Our brand knows from experience—with hundreds of veteran-owned Little Caesars stores across the country — that military veterans make some of the best business owners out there. And in a market with such a large military presence, there are endless opportunities for veterans and other entrepreneurs to pursue business ownership by franchising with Little Caesars.”
The brand is on the hunt for both single and multi-unit franchisees across the Hawaiian Islands, and is hosting a webinar on July 7, register here.