Pizza is a hard business to break into. There are many competitors within this business and that makes it hard for anyone considering their own mom and pop operation. The right franchise can give a mom and pop business the opportunity to take on the pizza world with a recognizable name to go behind it, although it still will not be easy.
It was September 16th, 1994 in Du Bois, Pennsylvania when Buck’s Pizza was brought to life. It didn’t take long for them to launch into franchising with their first franchise opening in Gloversville, New York. Since then they have grown through a number of franchisees.
They are currently looking for new franchisees with the right qualifications. The franchisee is $20,000 and the total investment can reach up to $341,400. They also work hands-on with their new franchisee to help ensure their success.