Owning a Pita Pit Franchise

If you feel like being the boss of your own business and earn huge amount of money, owning a Pita Pit Franchise is the answer. Start grabbing the opportunity made available for you now.

If you are thinking of starting out a business on your own, getting a franchise is one of the best available options for you not only because it helps you start right away – they have already come up with an established system that proves to work.

Just in case you didn’t know, it’s even possible to conclude that a lot of potential franchisees these days are setting their sights in owning a Pita Pit franchise. This is because time has demonstrated that they are a highly very profitable franchise since they’ve built their business with a thorough understanding of their customers.

To begin with, they know that their customers crave for more than just fries, burgers, pizzas or subs – their customers want healthier meals. They’ve concentrated on that factor and have built a following, mostly among college students and even young professionals. Pita Pit really understands that these customers habitually look for tasty yet healthy foods not only for lunch and dinner but even when having a snack after work or school. Dropping by one of their stores during peek hours can confirm that fact. In reality, this is important for potential franchise owners since Pita Pit only entrusts their franchises to people who are also their customers. That way, they can be sure that you are already passionate about their product and what they do.

As you obtain a Pita Pit franchise, you can have the assurance of receiving adequate and continuous training. First off, they’ll give you 10-day training at their Coeur d'Alene, Idaho headquarters so you can get started right. When you’re done with that, another in-store training for 5 to 7 days covering topics such as making the best Pita, training your employees in the right way, making financial reports and even about essential management skills will be given so that you truly comprehend vital factors for making the business a success. If all that weren’t enough, you can also count on their field representatives to regularly visit your stores to give you feedbacks and even to hear about some of your suggestions.

Another benefit that goes along well with owning a Pita Pit franchise is that you will get to enjoy a strong marketing support. Whether it’s on television, print or even online, the business always has a strong presence and that definitely gives you a lot of advantages that other start-up businesses generally do not get as much.

Now if all these information are starting to sound interesting for you, then it’s high time for you to get in touch with them so you could start setting-up right away. Actually, you will only need at least a minimum of 15 to 20 employees for you to get your business up and running.

The total investment amount is $219,000-$326,000 with initial franchise fee of $15,000-$25,000. The royalty fee is 5% with renewal fee of $10000. The term of agreement is 10 years.

So don’t be surprised to find out that the number of satisfied Pita Pit franchise owners really continues to mushroom nowadays. If you will refer to the statistics, you’ll even see that 40% of all franchisees own more than one unit and that should be another perfect reason why you should seriously think about this great opportunity that’s readily available for you.


  • Kevin Herrin said on October 11, 2009
    I am interested in a franchise in Southeast Texas.
  • Sheetal SHah said on April 30, 2010
    I am interested in franchising in Parsippany, NJ.
  • ranjit wasu said on September 30, 2010
    I am interested in franchising in London, UK
  • Eva said on December 3, 2012
    I am interested in franchising in Beijing & Shanghai, China
  • Matthew Wright said on March 29, 2014
    Panama City, Florida. Would like more info on franchising a Pita Pit. Thank you
  • Ken Bell said on August 27, 2016
    I would like to see some info on the profit curve from startup to established in an average market. I live in an area that absolutely needs a Pita Pit but am curious to see what their definition ($$$) of a successful business is? Please, if anybody has any hard facts to my above question it would be greatly appreciated - Ken Bell, AB Canada - dallas4444@hotmail.com
  • Chase Blackwood said on December 10, 2016
    I am interested in a franchise in Bakersfield California
  • Sharese Smith said on February 9, 2017
    @Ken Bell, Did you ever get some type of profit information ? I would love to know more about how u profit on a yearly bases. I absolutely need one of these where I live it's nothing like that around and I been awaiting to invest in the right business. If anyone know anything please email me.
  • Kinney said on April 7, 2017
    Hello, I am interested in opening a Pita Pit also. Please if anyone can give more information on it and what is the failure rate of this franchise and whats the lowest projected profit that their smallest market makes. I would like to know more. email me me at blas.kinney@gmail.com


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