Snappy Tomato Pizza specializes in providing top-quality pizzas, hoagies, salads, and Snappetizers with efficient and friendly service.
To buy a franchise with Snappy Tomato Pizza, you'll need to have at least $50,000 in liquid capital. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $75,000 - $200,000. *
Why Choose Snappy Tomato Pizza?
Snappy Tomato Pizza specializes in providing top-quality pizzas, hoagies, salads, and Snappetizers with efficient and friendly service. We differentiate ourselves from our competitors with our fresh dough made daily, our 24 slice BEAST Pizza, "Snappy" our lovable mascot, and our signature Snappy Sauce. As you know, choosing a company that separates themselves from the competition is imperative to the success of your business. Joining our franchise will give you that edge and provide you with the training and marketing support to confidently grow your business.
The Business Model that's right for YOU
Our expanding company is searching for qualified individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit and an aggressive attitude to grow with us. We understand that different markets offer different opportunities so we have developed three successful business models for you to choose from:
We have top-rate training and ongoing support programs that help to promote each franchisee's success. Here are just a few more ways that we support and assist you in setting up your new franchise:
In Store Training and Franchise Development
As a new franchise owner you will be trained in an existing unit on everything from operations to local marketing. After you're thoroughly trained, we will send a corporate representative to your store to assist in training your staff and engaging them in several trial runs to assure that your business is running smoothly from the day you open. Even after you have finished your initial training process, a corporate representative will continue to monitor the operation on a regular basis and assist in the development of your franchise.
We Believe That…
Tennessee, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Georgia, Florida, Alabama
Interested parties should have at least $50,000 in liquid capital to invest.