December 13, 2013 |

Godfather’s Pizza accepting franchise applications in OKC, Tulsa

By Mandy Wolf Detwiler


OMAHA, NE, December 2013 – Godfather’s Pizza has announced they are now accepting franchise applications in the Oklahoma City and Tulsa metropolitan areas.  Franchisees of the national pizza chain are backed by state-of-the-art research and development, technology, first-class marketing, training and support. Learn how you can be a part of a concept that has been respected by passionate pizza people for more than 40 years by meeting with Godfather’s Pizza representatives on January 28 and 29 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

“We are excited to expand our footprint in Oklahoma and for the opportunity to build even more relationships with the communities across the state. We’ve had great success with the seven locations we currently have in Oklahoma and feel serving the people of Oklahoma City and Tulsa is the next logical step for us,” said Dave Gartlan, Director of Franchise Development. “We offer a variety of store models based on the core demographics franchisees are targeting and the products franchisees would like to serve to their customers. We also provide development incentives for franchisees seeking multi-unit agreements.”

To reserve a timeslot for one of the information sessions, please contact Dave Gartlan at 402-255-2572 or emaildgartlan@godfathers.com. To learn more about franchising with Godfather’s Pizza, please visit the franchise information page at godfathers.com/franchising.

ABOUT GODFATHER’S PIZZA, INC.
Godfather’s Pizza’s mission is to serve a more delicious and abundantly topped pizza than any other in the country. Godfather’s Pizza is ranked #7 in total locations nationally among all pizza chains. Since 1973, Godfather’s Pizza has earned a reputation for serving the highest-quality pizza. The privately owned company doesn’t disclose annual sales figures.  For more information about Godfather’s Pizza, please visit www.godfathers.com.

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