Little Caesars is a pizza franchise that operates many locations throughout the United States, Asia, the Middle East, Australia, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean. In the United States, it’s the third largest pizza chain.
While some of its basic menu items include the Classic Cheese, Hula Hawaiian and 3 Meat Treat pizzas, Little Caesars also offers other lines of products. There’s the HOT-N-READY menu, which is specifically designed for people who are looking for a quick take-out meal. Another popular one is the ExtraMostBestest line. Little Caesars offers a variety of customizations and specialty pizzas like the stuffed crust, Deep!Deep! Dish pizzas or a combination of both. Its menu also includes other items such as wings, bread and salads at some locations.
To learn more about Little Caesars, you can visit its website at https://littlecaesars.com/en-us/.
Number of employees
While there hasn’t been any official release on the number of employees the company has, Little Caesars is placed in the 5,001-10,000 range for number of employees.
The first Little Caesars location was opened in 1959 by Mike and Marian Ilitch. It was located in Garden City, Michigan. Sales were recorded in a spiral notebook by Marian herself. In 1962, the first Little Caesars franchise opened its doors in Warren, Michigan which began the restaurants steady growth. By 1969, the company had opened 50 Little Caesars restaurants and had gone international by opening a location in Canada.
In 1979, the company ran its first ad campaign using the famous PIZZA!PIZZA! slogan. And in 1988, Little Caesars began offering its popular deep dish PAN!PAN! pizzas.
Company mission statement
Little Caesars’ mission statement is to be “the best take-home pizza chain by exceeding customer expectations with extraordinary value, great tasting products and outstanding people.” The restaurant has 5 core values that dictate how it achieves the mission statement:
Own your work
Never give up
Be an all-star
Little Caesars is categorized under the restaurant industry.