Entrepreneur Top Ranked Pizza Franchise
Marco’s has experienced same-store sales increases almost every quarter since 2004.
Pictured: Tony Libardi. President and Chief Operating Officer
costs and fees
Liquid Capital Required $100,000
Net Worth Required $350,000
Total Investment $383,780 – $762,530
Financing Assistance Available via Third Party
Every Store. Every day. The Italian way.
Among the top 10 pizza franchises in the U.S., only one was founded by a native Italian: Marco’s Pizza®. Pasquale “Pat” Giammarco immigrated to America with his family at 9 and started his first pizza restaurant in 1978 in Toledo, Ohio. Now, we have over 900 stores in 35 states and three other countries. If you’ve ever wanted to own a business that serves food you can be proud of, Marco’s may be the right opportunity for you.
Unlike the largest pizza chains, which have maxed out many of their territories, Marco’s has plenty of opportunities for growth. We’ve expanded rapidly in the past few years, but we’re still looking for more franchise partners to help us carve out an even bigger piece of the $45 billion industry. And our scalable business model has helped many single-store franchisees expand to become multi-unit entrepreneurs.
- Available Markets
- High Focus Target Markets
- Unavailable Territory
A business you can be proud of
Americans still want convenient, quick food, but increasingly they care about its quality, too. Marco’s hasn’t had to do a major image makeover for our pizza because we have always focused on serving the highest-quality pizza, using the best available ingredients, the way we have for more than 40 years.
That mission, combined with our unique capacity for tremendous growth, means you can get in on a ground-floor opportunity with Marco’s. Opening a Marco’s Pizza® is relatively inexpensive compared to the cost of starting other casual dining restaurants, and owners don’t need prior restaurant experience. We educate all our franchise owners on everything they need to know and provide robust ongoing support for you and your team.
Everybody has done a phenomenal job across the board, and I couldn’t do it without them. People love our product, and as long as you can get the team and the operations right, you can certainly succeed in our business.