With increased revenues and significant expansion both domestically and internationally, Papa John's is quickly becoming the industry's big daddy.
The business recently signed a development agreement with China to open more than 1,350 new locations by 2040, making it the largest franchise agreement in Papa Johns' history.
Little Caesars' renowned marketing slogan "Pizza, Pizza" means delivering customers two pizzas for the price of one right away.
With revenues rapidly approaching $4 billion, the chain has risen to become the third-largest pizza restaurant in the United States thanks to operational innovations.
Blaze's distinct assembly-line style ensures that each pizza is prepared in front of the customer in under three minutes, employing a made-from-scratch dough process that results in a distinctive light-as-air crust.
Blaze increased same-store sales by 18 percent in 2021 and added 34 additional restaurants to its existing roster of 340 sites throughout 38 states and six countries, thanks to strong consumer engagement.
In its first quarter, the company, which is famed for its crispy, curly pepperoni pizzas as well as a range of specialty pies, wings, salads, sandwiches, sides, and desserts, recorded a 7% gain in same-store sales.
Mountain Mike's expansion plans call for the launch of new restaurants in eight western states by 2022, with many more on the way.
Marco's began the year by showcasing their trademark Pepperoni Magnifico pizza, which features 75 pieces of crispy Old World and classic pepperoni, romesan seasoning, and Marco's own fresh, three-cheese blend and original sauce.
Unlimited big, 2-topping pizzas for $8.99 and the classic Pepperoni Magnifico pie for $9.99 are among the offers available. Subs, salads, sides, and desserts are among the other options.