PALMDALE, Calif., March 10 // PRNewswire // -- RedBrick Pizza Worldwide, Inc. says today's soft economy is a great time to invest in a Master Developer Franchise. Historically, franchise businesses do well in a good economy but also during a slower economy. "Franchising will be part of the solution that gets the economy back on track," says FRANdata's President and CEO Darrell Johnson. Johnson says many workers who have lost their jobs will decide to go into business for themselves using the support and guidance that a franchising model offers.
RedBrick Pizza is offering interest free financing to qualified Master Developers for up to 50 percent of their Master Franchise fee. "This represents the majority of a Master Developer's investment in order to own a geographic territory," says Jim Minidis, President of RedBrick Pizza Worldwide, Inc. "Years ago we had missed the opportunity to become a developer with a national sub-chain and decided RedBrick Master Development was an incredible opportunity to get in on the ground floor," says Howard A. Johnson, RedBrick's Master Developer of Maryland.
"RedBrick Pizza Master Developers own a geographic territory and share in royalties and advertising fees while growing a great, long-term investment," explains Minidis. In addition, they receive $10,000 from every initial franchise fee in their territory. They also can open their own locations and sub-franchise. The RedBrick Pizza franchise business model is simple and easy to learn. RedBrick Master Developers come from many diverse backgrounds including finance, marketing, sales and food service.
In 2008, Restaurant Business magazine ranked RedBrick Pizza 8th of "The Future 50" fastest-emerging growing chains in America. In 2007, RedBrick Pizza was ranked 9th of "The 100 Top Movers & Shakers" by Fast Casual magazine and 10th in Restaurant Business "The Future 50." RedBrick Pizza was awarded Nation's Restaurant News "Hot Concept of the Year" for 2006 and was featured in Sunbelt Foodservice's "On the Cutting Edge." RedBrick was named among Entrepreneur magazine's "Top 50 New Franchises" in 2005.
RedBrick Pizza is the leading fast-casual pizza franchise, now with cafes in 11 states and Canada.