One Planet. One People. One Pizza. One Great
A Taste of The Pie
Get ready for fun and great
pizza when you enter the door of this eclectic house of pie. Greeted by
a looming Tyrannosaurus Rex, you'll quickly settle into one of the cool
vinyl booths showcasing tables specially built to display a zany array
of pop-culture icons -- a "wall of shame" filled with articles clipped
from tabloid newspapers, one table, for example, is entirely devoted to
Grab a group of friends
and gather round one of the three TVs or the arcade games for some of
the best pizza in town. Pick from 25 Schmizza varieties including the
traditional Italian offerings, more exotic options (including Louisiana
alligator and steak and potato), or the long list of chicken pizzas.
Kids certainly aren't left out of
excitement; in the back of the restaurant is a party table complete
with paper and crayons. Depending on the location pooches are welcome
on the back patio.
What's Up With That
Andre Jehan, who co-founded
Schmizza with his
wife, Carla Jehan, in 1993, partly to establish a fun business for
themselves, and partly due to the sad lack at that time of authentic
New York-style pizza on the west coast. Jehan's father disparaged the
plan with a scornful "Pizza schmizza--get a real job," and the name
stuck. His father, by the way, now helps run a Schmizza store.
Tantalizing Reasons to
Get Your Own Schmizza
Low barriers to entry - Everyone loves pizza right?
Brand loyalty and built in customer base - Sienfeld eats
Solid, rapid expansion plans - One planet. One pizza. Ours!
Funky, hot concept and store design - A little hippie a
little Saturday morning cartoons.
Memorable brand name - Dad was right.
Lunch and dinner niche - Eat the whole thing or just a
salad, we won't tell.
Comprehensive training - It's not rocket science, but then
again we all need a little guidance.
Field assistance program and ongoing support - We're here
Marketing support and programs - Spread the word, this is
Voted Best Pizza - Stop it, we're blushing.
We Are Looking For
Candidates Who Possess:
A strong desire for success and achievement, and willing to
work "hands on"
Five years business management experience (preferred)
Positive people skills and commitment to customer service
No personal or corporate bankruptcy & a favorable
Liquid capital of US $500,000 and net worth of US $1.5
million required for multi-unit investor/owners*
Group investors welcome to develop metro
markets, multi-unit operations (5-units)
Please note this franchise is not accepting
FL, HI, IL, IN, KY, MD, MI, MN, NE, NY, ND, RI, SD, TX, UT, VA, WI or
from outside the United States.
Interested parties should have at least $150,000 to invest.
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