Little Caesars looks at at least 16 restaurants in Hawaii


Little Caesars is looking to grow its presence in Paradise with the goal of opening more than 16 new franchise stores across the Hawaiian Islands by 2027. The bulk of franchise opportunities are available on the island of Oahu, but the brand has also identified Kauai, Maui, the Big Island and Molokai as territories ripe for growth.

One of the main goals of this expansion is to provide interested veterans located on the islands with financial incentives to open a franchise through the company’s veteran program. Created in 2006 by Little Caesars founder Mike Ilitch, a Korean War military veteran, the program is designed to expand business opportunities for the military.

“With more than 10% of the population made up of veterans and more than 13 military bases in the state, Hawaii is home to some of our country’s greatest heroes,” said Craig Sherwood, vice president of American development at Little Caesars and himself an army veteran. . “Our brand knows from experience – with hundreds of veteran-owned Little Caesars stores across the country – that military veterans are some of the best business owners. And in a market with such a large military presence, veterans and other entrepreneurs have countless opportunities to become business owners by franchising Little Caesars.

With six franchises currently open and operating in the Hawaiian Islands and two new stores coming to Keaau, Hawaii, and Kahului, Maui, Little Caesars is gaining momentum to continue to grow, currently seeking multi-unit and unit investors looking to expand their business efforts.

Potential prospects interested in learning more about Little Caesars and its growth opportunities on the Hawaiian Islands are invited to attend a live webinar on Thursday, July 7 at 6 p.m. HST. To register for this free event hosted by Little Caesars US Development Manager Danny Knipper, go to

Investments in the Little Caesars franchise start at around $379,000, with incentive programs available for veterans and first responders. Interested prospects should visit

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