Military Veterans, Have You Heard the News About Little Caesars?

By
Services for Real Estate Pros with Mercari Consulting (formerly Brochures by Design)

If you're a veteran of any branch of the United States military service, and you've got what it takes to lead a successful business, you'll want to read about the Little Caesars Veterans Program.

According to their website (http://franchise.littlecaesars.com/VeteransProgram/tabid/76/Default.aspx), "Little Caesars is looking for veterans with integrity and character who take initiative, utilize a teamwork management style and have a strong personal commitment to the business. A Little Caesars franchise can provide business owners with the opportunity to become leaders in the communities they serve, maximize their potential and realize a strong sense of accomplishment by achieving goals and growing their business."

With two programs, one for honorably discharged vets and another, even better, opportunity for service-disabled veterans, Little Caesars is offering quite a generous package to get you started in business.

"The Little Caesars Veterans Program provides the following benefits for all qualified honorably discharged veterans: a $5,000 reduction of the franchising fee, financing benefits and, a $5,000 credit on the equipment order for the first store."

What's more, service-disabled veterans get an even better deal!
Service-disabled veterans are eligible for additional benefits, including a waived franchising fee ($20,000), additional financing options and benefits, a $10,000 credit on the initial equipment order and grand opening marketing support from leading national companies. The total benefit for service-disabled veterans can be approximately $68,000." And that's nothing to sneeze at!

If you've been wanting to get into business for yourself and think you've got what it takes, visit their website at the link provided above for more information. This is a generous opportunity you shouldn't pass up.

Comments (7)

Dale Baker
Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections - Claremont, NH
New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information

Howdy Evy

Being a Veteran I tip my hat to ya for a very fine and helpful post.

Keep up the good work.

Have a good one

Jul 30, 2007 10:15 AM
Anonymous
Evy Williams

Thank you, Dale. I thought it was such a generous offer from Little Caesars that I wanted to be sure that all qualified veterans knew about it.

Have a great night!

Evy

Jul 30, 2007 10:19 AM
#2
Anonymous
Joel Libava

Hi Evy,

Nice job on the deal that Little Caesars is doing....

I am a franchise industry expert, and a blogger myself.

{I recently launched the FIRST ever franchise blog for Veterans}

One thing that I need to make clear:

Even though some franchise companies give military discounts, does not mean that those are the right ones to invest in.

Another words, don't invest in a franchise opportunity just because it is a "deal."

Joel Libava

Cleveland/The Franchise Blog 4 Vets 

Oct 29, 2007 12:09 PM
#3
Anonymous
Evy

Hi Joel,

Your point is well taken. I think that this is an incredible opportunity for veterans. If they like the food and business model that Little Caesars offers, then I think it would be a great opportunity for them to run their own business. Of course, any business needs to be researched to find out how well it will be received in the area, what is the competition, do they believe in the product, etc. I would hope that veterans would do their homework before jumping in but I wanted to get the word out about this opportunity because I don't think it's been publicized enough.

Evy

Oct 30, 2007 04:10 AM
#4
Stanton Homes
Stanton Homes - New Home Builder - Raleigh, NC
Design/Build Custom Home Builder in North Carolina

Evy,

I've heard of a few other franchises doing something similar.   Definitely do the research, but good to see some companies are stepping up. 

Apr 22, 2008 04:17 AM
Edith " Edi " Davenport
Coldwell Banker, Conroy, Marable & Holleman - Clarksville, TN
Your Realtor For Life
great info
Apr 22, 2008 04:51 AM
Roland Woodworth
eXp Realty - Clarksville, TN
eXp Realty
Evy: Great information. We have a Veteran that took advantage of this here in Clarksville ! They plan to open others in the future !
Apr 26, 2008 07:06 PM
Evy Williams
Mercari Consulting (formerly Brochures by Design) - Fredericksburg, VA
Mercari Consulting

Thanks for letting me know, Roland. I appreciate it. :) I am glad to hear that someone is finding it useful.

Evy

Apr 28, 2008 01:29 AM