Franchise Opportunities

In our opinion, Extreme Pizza® is a team sport. We’re here
to help you succeed - period. We’ve developed an intensive and extensive training program that we believe will prepare you for the ups, the downs and everything in between of owning your
own pizza business.

Prior to opening a new location, we require that all franchisees be thoroughly trained in all facets of running a pizza business. As part of the initial franchise fee, we provide hands-on training at our Extreme Pizza® corporate offices in San Francisco and at your location as well. While in San Francisco, franchisees will meet with the corporate team and visit corporate stores where they will learn food and product preparation, food and labor management, human resource management, customer relations, financial management, inventory and cost control and marketing.

Of course it’s impossible to learn everything in six weeks that our team has learned in more than ten years of a doing business, which is why we provide you with a rock-solid support system to help you throughout your Extreme Pizza franchise experience. Once your store is up and running, an Extreme Pizza franchise agent, and the rest of the corporate team, will be available for ongoing support and training. As necessary, we will make visits to your location to provide one-on-one counsel. Additionally we will provide group training sessions open to all franchisees throughout the year, and will offer the opportunity to attend regional meetings and seminars that will enable you to meet and mingle with other franchisees in the Extreme Pizza system.

Legal Disclaimer
This web site and the information contained herein does not constitute the offer or sale of a franchise. The offer and sale of a franchise can only be made through the delivery and receipt of our Federal Disclosure Document (FDD). There are certain states that require the registration of a FDD before the franchisor can advertise or offer the franchise in that state. We may not be registered in all those registration states and may not offer franchises to residents of those states or to persons wishing to locate a franchise in those states.