Do you know a veteran looking for an opportunity to run his own business
This and qualification for VA business loans along with application for state
and federal grants may be the winning ticket.
“The Little Caesars Veterans Program provides honorably discharged and disabled service members with an outstanding opportunity to utilize their leadership skills to run a business. The significant credits and discounts, as well as special financing options, make this truly unique program a valuable and excellent option for our service members who transition to the civilian workforce each year - especially our wounded warriors who have sacrificed greatly for our Corps and country.” – Lt. Col. Francis Piccoli, U.S. Marine CorpsFRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES
Little Caesars is looking for veterans with integrity and character who take initiative, utilize a teamwork management style and have a strong personal commitment to the business. A Little Caesars franchise can provide business owners with the opportunity to become leaders in the communities they serve, maximize their potential and realize a strong sense of accomplishment by achieving goals and growing their business. PROGRAM BENEFITS All Qualified Veterans
The Little Caesars Veterans Program provides the following benefits for all qualified honorably discharged veterans: a $5,000 reduction of the franchising fee, financing benefits and, a $5,000 credit on the equipment order for the first store.Service-Disabled Veterans
Service-disabled veterans are eligible for additional benefits, including a waived franchising fee ($20,000), additional financing options and benefits, a $10,000 credit on the initial equipment order and grand opening marketing support from leading national companies. The total benefit for service-disabled veterans can be approximately $68,000.LINKS FOR MORE INFORMATION:
For more information about the Veterans Program, visit: http://franchise.littlecaesars.com/VeteransProgram/tabid/76/Default.aspx
For more information about the Center for Veterans Enterprise (CVE), visitwww.vetbiz.gov, or call 866.584.2344.
For more information about Marine For Life, visit www.M4L.usmc.mil
, or call 866.M4L.USMC.
For more information about VetFran, visit www.franchise.org
under “Programs & Services.”