Little Caesars

The Restaurant Management Group raised more than $52,000 for the Patriot Foundation to support children of military families and to provide college scholarships.
Pizza chain teams with Cell Phones for Soldiers to collect used cell phones during the months of March and April.
February 2010

David J. Thomas never planned on a career in franchising. When he left the military after a 12-year stint as an Army officer, Thomas went back to school to become a teacher. To help make ends meet, he began delivering meals on the side for an emerging concept called...

Two newcomers, Beef 'O' Brady's and Little Caesars Pizza, join list of restaurant chains with bowl-game title sponsorships.
Founders Michael and Marian Ilitch are still responsible for many of the chain's innovations.
U.S. Air Force veteran Rick Loz is opening his second store with the program.
The 'Buzz in to Win' campaign will include national marketing, advertising components, and giveaways.
The pizza chain need look no further than to its corporate employee pool when seeking franchisees.
The deal stretches 29 states.
The Little Caesars Veterans Program has nearly three times the expected number of veterans participating in the program.
Sandelman & Associates' Quick-Track research study also named the chain the winner in Convenience of Locations and Speed of Service.
Clif D'Mello is opening his second unit with the chain and plans to expand farther into Pennsylvania in the future.
Love Kitchen will provide hot pizza meals for more than 3,000 people from August 10-15.
Richard Gubish, a former U.S. army veteran, opens a Pennsylvania location under the Little Caesars Veteran Program.
Another store to open in September on the island of Oahu.
A figurine of Detroit Red Wings' team captain Nicklas Lidstrom is now available at participating Little Caesars restaurants in southeast Michigan.
Franchisee RMG opens its first North Carolina locations in Charlotte.
Over the next 10 years, Little Caesars plans to open 15 locations in the Savannah area and employ approximately 450 local residents.
Little Caesars has announced a new veterans program, which provides franchise business opportunities to qualified, honorably discharged veterans transitioning to civilian life or seeking a career change.
The pizza chain announces an agreement with franchisees, while its same-store sales show impressive increase.