Blackjack Pizza Franchising Inc.
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Franchise Profile — Blackjack Pizza Franchising Inc.
Blackjack Pizza knew they would have to match the 30 minute service standard set by Dominos if they wanted to have any chance at all of surviving in the business. So they began by designing their system to provide their customers with the quickest possible delivery service.
Blackjack Pizza's tag line is "Better Pizza, Better Price," because their pizza is better quality and even costs less than Dominos while following the 30 minute delivery time.
Blackjack officially became a franchisor using the concept of an owner/operator franchisee at each store location, which has developed into 45 stores in operation in four states. Blackjack Pizza takes care of its franchisees by continually adding franchise outlets to the system under a policy of slow, controlled growth taking into consideration everyone that is a part of the company.
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