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    Hungry Howie’s Restarts Franchise Growth in Michigan

  • Industry News January 29, 2020
    Hungry Howie's
    Since its humble beginnings in 1973 as a hamburger stand turned takeout and delivery pizzeria in the Detroit suburb of Taylor, Hungry Howie’s has become a top pizza franchise, with almost 550 locations in 21 states.

    Hungry Howie’s Pizza has announced development plans in its home state of Michigan. For the first time in 10 years, there are franchising opportunities available statewide for new-store development, as well as the resale of established locations. Reopening this market to expansion has been long-awaited by many savvy entrepreneurs in the Mitten State looking to deliver a high-demand product with brand recognition by way of a franchise model.

    Since its humble beginnings in 1973 as a hamburger stand turned takeout and delivery pizzeria in the Detroit suburb of Taylor, Hungry Howie’s has become a top pizza franchise, with almost 550 locations in 21 states.

    “Pizza is always in style, and Hungry Howie’s is one of the most recognizable pizza chains in the state,” says Jennifer Jackson, Vice President of Development at Hungry Howie’s. “As a result, Michigan has always been in high demand among potential franchisees, so it is exciting to announce that the state is officially re-open for development! We are searching for the most qualified local business leaders to continue our legacy in our home state.” 

    Applicants must possess a passion for the brand, have strong business acumen and proven restaurant industry success. Qualified franchisees receive unparalleled support from the Hungry Howie’s corporate office in all areas of real estate, site selection, construction, design, marketing and training.

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