According to a press release sent directly to What Now Chicago, Little Caesars plans to open ten new locations in Chicago.
“Little Caesars, the third largest pizza chain in the world, announced today the signing of franchise development agreements that will add 15 new locations across two of the brand’s target markets. Led by two different franchisees, the developments are set to expand the brand’s presence in Boston and Chicago.”
“Little Caesars, known for quality, value, and convenience, has experienced consistent growth with both new and existing franchisees, a testament to the chain’s effective business model and brand strength.”
“Karim Khowaja and Sanjeev Khatau, who have more than 40 years of combined experience in restaurant franchising are acquiring two existing Little Caesars locations in Chicago. They plan to open ten additional restaurants in the city. The pair operates nearly 100 quick-service concepts in Illinois, Michigan, Iowa, and California.”
“As our expansion gains momentum nationwide, we are eager to build upon our partnerships with experienced multi-unit operators like Pritpal and Haranchal while developing new relationships with industry veterans like Karim and Sanjeev,” said Little Caesars Chief Development Officer Jeremy Vitaro in the press release.
“I’m confident in their enthusiasm for Little Caesars and their passion for their respective communities in Boston and Chicago. We look forward to supporting each group as they build their new restaurants.”
“Known for its HOT-N-READY® pizza and famed Crazy Bread®, Little Caesars uses quality ingredients, like fresh, never-frozen, mozzarella and Muenster cheese and sauce made from fresh-packed, vine-ripened California crushed tomatoes. The brand is known for innovation and is home to the exclusive Pizza Portal® pickup, a heated, self-service mobile order pickup station. Little Caesars is also the Official Pizza Sponsor of the National Football League,” the press release adds.