Seeking entrepreneurs to open a pizza franchise in Montana, as our sales momentum enables us to grow strategically in new markets
If you’re an entrepreneur looking to open a pizza franchise in Montana, you’ll be excited to learn that Marco’s Pizza is looking for franchisees to open the first locations in the state. The beautiful home of Glacier National Park holds great opportunity for a brand like Marco’s Pizza.
“This is a great franchisor that is constantly improving its operating and inventory systems to grow sales and become a bigger slice of the pizza industry,” says Area Representative Josh Holdinghausen. Holdinghausen currently owns nine Marco’s Pizza locations in South Dakota, with three more in development. “I’m looking forward to finding local business leaders to bring this growing concept to the community. With their help, pizza lovers throughout Billings will quickly find out that ours is unlike any other pizza franchise out there. Marco’s Pizza is hands-down the best quality and our customer service outmatches the competition.”
Multi-unit growth opportunities in a new market
Marco’s Pizza is new to Montana, but we’re confident we’ll connect in the market, just as we have in the more than 30 states we currently operate in. We’re looking for franchisees to open multiple units of our pizza franchise in Montana so we can more quickly drive brand recognition and sales.
It’s an exciting chance to take a proven and scalable franchise opportunity into a new market, with opportunities available across the entire state, including Billings, the state’s largest metro area.
Sales are up and guests love us
With Marco’s Pizza, you have the strength of a brand that’s seen tremendous growth even in the face of stiff, established competition. Our guests recently ranked us as their favorite pizza chain, validating our approach to serving higher-quality food than the competition.
Over the last five years, we’ve more than doubled in size and opened more than 500 new locations. And sales have been just as strong; our systemwide sales have increased at an average of 27% per year during that time, and same-store sales have increased for six straight years.