Who Makes an Ideal Mr. Gatti’s Franchise Owner?
Our franchisees are passionate about good food and great service
Owning a business can be one of the most rewarding investments you will ever make, but that doesn’t make it easy. Our most successful owners are passionate, motivated and willing to get their hands a little messy. In our experience, great business owners have:
- Involvement on a daily basis
- Active community engagement
- Business experience and acumen
- Dedication to quality
- Good credit and background history
- High energy, motivation and strong work ethic
For the right franchisee, a Mr. Gatti’s can be lucrative and offer both personal and professional benefits.
“Mr. Gatti’s ownership has been a livelihood for generations through my family,” says George Kash, owner of nine locations including Round Rock, Texas. “There’s not a whole lot of businesses that offer that. And it’s a product that you get behind and that you become passionate about. If the owner is passionate about it, your customers will be passionate about it. It’s a very nostalgic brand, and it’s provided me and my family a great living.”
Mr. Gatti’s Pizza franchise owners become hometown heroes
Mr. Gatti’s Pizza franchisees often invest for the benefit of their community. They know Mr. Gatti’s Pizza can become a local hub for community gatherings — a place to connect with friends, families and schoolmates. Smaller American towns are often overlooked by the bigger chains, but Mr. Gatti’s Pizza sees these hometowns and their heroes who franchise with us as an ideal fit for our brand.
“I think Mr. Gatti’s Pizza restaurants are the primary growth vehicle for us simply because those smaller towns have great people living there,” says Michael. “They have the money to invest, and a Mr. Gatti’s Pizza is very cost-effective. In those markets, we’re not just another place with games and pizza. We end up being a community center. It’s a family-friendly environment, so we get a lot of credit from church groups, community groups such as Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, and school groups, too.”
We are looking for like-minded partners who enjoy working with people, serving their communities, are entrepreneurial and want to own their own business.
Whether you’re an individual from a small town or a multi-unit operator, we want to talk with you. You can request more information by filling out the form on this page, or keep reading to find out about franchise ownership from our franchisees.