International Business Times:

Little Caesar Enterprises, Inc. today celebrates another store grand opening under the Little Caesars Veterans Program as former United States Master Chief Navy Counselor Carlis Womack opens his doors for business at 1824 224th Street SWin Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

“I am honored to be a part of a growing franchise system that is committed to providing business opportunities to veterans,” said Womack. “I look forward to providing my customers high quality pizza at a great value that is ready when they are.”

Joining the United States Navy immediately after high school, Womack served from 1975 to 1998 and three years later received his bachelor’s degreein business administration with an emphasis on marketing from Columbia College. After receiving his degree, he worked as an insurance agent. Now, atthe age of 52, Womack is fulfilling his lifelong goal of starting his own business with his investment in a pizza restaurant under the Little Caesars Veterans Program. It was Little Caesars’ simple business model and commitment towards U.S. military veterans that led him to pursue a Little Caesars franchise.

“I am excited to achieve my lifelong dream of owning my own business andI’m ready to apply my military skills to get involved in the Mountainlake Terrace community and grow my Little Caesars franchise,” added Womack. “The Little Caesars Veterans Program opened the door for me to turn this dream into reality for me and my family.”

Logo from Little Caesars Pizza.