When Tim Oâ€™Hara opened his first LaRosaâ€™s restaurant, he had been at the store for 14 days straight, getting the place ready. A team of executives from LaRosaâ€™s Inc. made him go home, telling him to spend some time with his family.
Itâ€™s that type of interaction that made Oâ€™Hara sure he made the right decision in becoming a LaRosaâ€™s franchisee. â€œItâ€™s a good, local family-run business,â€ Oâ€™Hara said. â€œThe company is very well organized and tight knit.â€
In this week’s edition of the Business Courier, we report on plans by the traditional Cincinnati pizza chain to grow its business outside its hometown territory. Read more.