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From Blind Date to Global CEO: The Story of Little Caesars

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From Blind Date to Global CEO: The Story of Little Caesars

Current Owner of Little Caesars Revealed

This company is very popular in the country, have you ever wondered, who is the current owner? Here we tell you.

That’s how Little Caesars started

It all started when Mike Ilitch and Marian Bayoff went on a blind date in 1954 that was set up by the young man’s father. They both fell so deeply in love that within months, they got married. In 1959, the couple invested their savings to open a pizzeria located in Garden City, Michigan, United States. The success was such that a new branch was later opened in Warren.

Ten years after the first opening, the company already had 50 branches and began to expand to Canada. Regarding the famous slogan ‘pizza, pizza’, this arose because in 1979 they launched a 2×1 offer.

According to Forbes, the current owner of Little Caesars is David Scrivano, who holds the position of global CEO. In a talk taken up by said medium, the businessman spoke about the success of the brand in Mexico and highlighted that the business model was very successful. “Some of the reasons we have been so successful are that the Mexican consumer really appreciates Little Caesars for its values, good prices, and the great quality of the pizzas. Our Hot and Ready Model is really very accessible, our customers can come and go, and have the pizzas at the moment. It is very convenient,” he commented.

According to Sports Business Journal, David Scrivano joined the pizza company in 1999 as a senior vice president of administration. He also launched his career in the 1980s as an assistant manager at Domino’s Pizza on Long Island. He is originally from Michigan and also graduated as a biologist.

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The chain is very popular in the country (Littlecaesars)

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