Hunt Brothers Pizza

They have more locations than Pizza Hut and Domino’s. I never heard of these guys, but they mostly serve smaller towns, and favor gas stations and convenience stores as locations.

Very interesting business model.

{{ The most amazing thing about Hunt Brothers, though, is that it dodges the trappings that are wildly lucrative for the parent company but that tend to make franchisees go belly-up. Hunt Brothers doesn’t charge any franchising, advertising, or royalty fees, essentially unheard of in the industry; they sell ingredients to their franchises, but that’s it. Hunt Brothers also doesn’t require a contract; operators can drop out at any time. And it doesn’t oversaturate the market; each location that sells Hunt Brothers has its own protected territory. Contrast this with, say, Subway (which has no protected territory, the biggest reason many of its franchises fail), and you start to see how Hunt Brothers has carved out a unique niche for itself. }}

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That Breakfast Pizza looks like something I’d eat. It’s the most important meal of the day. {{ LOL }}



There are three within about 25 miles (per their locator). Nearest is 10-12 miles. All are located in suburbia–nothing located where there are lots of people (i.e. high population density).