2019 Franchise Costs

Liquid Capital Required:$50,000
Net Worth Required:$200,000
Total Investment:$352,000 - $798,000

Franchisor Details

Total Units:203
Year Founded:1958
Franchising Since:1960
Home Office: The Colony, Texas
Awards:
PMQ Pizza Hall of Fame

Why Pizza Inn?

There's No Business Like Our Dough Business

In 1958, two Texas brothers opened the first Pizza Inn in the heart of Dallas. As word spread of the restaurant’s exceptional pizza and friendly service, so did Pizza Inn locations. Customers couldn’t wait to get their hands on the made-from-scratch, crispy, crackery Original Thin Crust and tangy signature sauce that are hallmarks of our brand to this very day.

But it’s more than pizza that makes a perfect franchising opportunity. Sure, we’re a food service brand, but we’re much more than a food service provider.You might even say there’s a buffet of reasons to get on board:

Offerings
Our customer base responds to Pizza Inn’s reliable model, with each of our restaurants featuring pizzas from the menu or the buffet, pastas, salad bars, and signature desserts.

Innovation
We introduced the Taco Pizza in 1979, the first dessert “Pizzert” pizza in 1986 and our hallmark Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza by the 1990s. And, with a new prototype buffet concept coming in 2018, Pizza Inn is poised to bring even more excitement to the industry.

Outreach
Community involvement matters. Our franchisees are active members of their communities, often acting as one of their town’s primary leaders and fundraisers. Our customizable, company-wide programs also make it easy to make a difference.

Involvement
We offer professional site selection, construction assistance, comprehensive training and nearly 60 years of experience by your side.

Pizza Inn is growing faster than ever, and knowing the ins and outs of each brand can be hard to swallow, even for us sometimes. This handy sheet will help you better understand the various slices that make up Pizza Inn.

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Support

A Family To Lean On

As a franchisee of a strong brand name known for nearly 60 years, you will receive the following support:

  • Initial and ongoing training in all aspects of running the business
  • Local area marketing and collateral support
  • Business development consultation and field support
  • Ongoing research and development
  • Peer interaction at owners’ conferences and regional meetings
  • Architectural prototype plans and restaurant layout design support
  • Proprietary products and volume pricing

After signing the franchise agreement and paying the franchise fee, you will immediately begin receiving assistance from the Pizza Inn Training and Operations departments. You will also receive on-site assistance prior to and upon opening. Throughout the course of your business operation, you will receive continuous assistance from our Operations department, and our assigned Franchise Business Consultant (FBC) will periodically visit your restaurant for on-site consultation and quality assurance evaluations. Your FBC will also be available at any time for consultation on any business matter you wish to discuss.


Our Ideal Candidate

We are looking for franchise owners who want to build the cornerstone of their community. Pizza Inn has always been the place to go after the high school football game or on the Tuesday night when you want to share time with friends and family.

To be successful, our owners must have strong operational and managerial skills, remembering that through these skills exceptional customer experiences are created. If you have the drive to succeed and the willingness to be the face of your restaurant you are our type of owner. You must have a minimum of $50,000 in liquid capital and be ready to make a full-time commitment.

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To get more information on Pizza Inn

Please call Linda Termin directly at (469) 384-5000 x107.


Please Note:

Pizza Inn is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, D.C., West Virginia.

Interested parties should have at least $50,000 in liquid capital to invest.

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