Millions of Americans eat pizza at least once a week. A brand to consider is Slice House Pizza. As a franchisee, you benefit from a flexible franchise model that gives you a choice of a stadium kiosk or brick-and-mortar location. You also have multiple revenue streams including take-out and 3rd-party delivery service. In terms of an initial investment, you can expect it to range from $406,300 to $1,147,600, which includes a $30,000 franchise fee. Additionally, you must have a minimum of $250,000 in cash. The typical Slice House brick-and-mortar location is between 1,200 and 2,200 sq. ft.; kiosk requirements vary by venue but average around 500 sq. ft. The ideal candidate has a love of people and pizza; values integrity; and believes in hard work. Since its inception, the brand has expanded across California and Nevada and is looking to spread further with franchise partners.
U.S. customers have shown an affinity for authentic flavors. Regional pizza styles dominate the food industry in the U.S., and franchises that can deliver artisan pizza could be well-positioned for future growth. The franchisor will be there for you from beginning to end. You will be provided with marketing assistance for digital presence, in-house print and social media campaigns. The Slice House confidential operations manual allows you to access Tony Gemignani’s techniques and approach. The Slice House brand prides itself on a reputation for serving quality pizza. With sales for food and drink service in the U.S. exceeding $772 billion annually, being part of Slice House Pizza allows you to get your piece of the pie.