PIZZAFIRE is now looking for Franchisees 

AND Area Developers across the country.

Are you burning to run a successful franchise?

  • You must be dedicated to spending 100 percent of your time on the day to day operations, unless you appoint an Operating Partner who has a minimum of 20 percent investment in the business who can take over the role of running the day to day operations.

  • You and/or your Operating Partner should have a solid restaurant/QSR background with a proven track record of success.

  • You and/or your Operating Partner should have extensive knowledge in your designated franchise territory.

  • You and/or your Operating Partner must adhere to the brand standards of PIZZAFIRE and have the passion to represent and build the brand in your designated franchise territory.

  • You and/or your Investment Group must have a minimum of $100,000 in liquid capital per restaurant with the ability to secure additional credit as needed.

  • You can expect to spend $250,000-$500,000 per unit including franchise fees, building improvement costs, training and equipment, operating cash reserves, etc.

Frequently Asked Questions

What support do I get?
We’ll “fire” you up with all our trade secrets. You’ll get our secret recipes, operational systems and processes, vendors, training, marketing materials, website, social media, online ordering and ordering app. You’ll also have a team that is “stoked” to make this the best fast and fresh fired pizza chain in the Midwest and East Coast.

What are the fees?
The initial franchise fee is $100,000 for a 4 restaurant deal. In addition, there is a 5% royalty and a 2% marketing fee.

What is the typical size of a PIZZAFIRE restaurant?
The ideal size is 2,000-2,800 square feet. We look for high traffic locations with a strong daytime population and good household counts within 3 miles.

What is the cost of a PIZZAFIRE restaurant?
Costs can vary depending on the location and footprint.

What is the Training Program?
We have 40 hours of classroom work and 80 hours of in-store training. The person who is responsible for the day-to-day operations is required to complete all 120 hours before opening the restaurant. An investor is required to complete an abbreviated 40-hour training program.

What’s the next step?
Contact and we can start the process!

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