Little Caesars Names Jeremy Vitaro as Chief Development Officer

Little Caesars Names Jeremy Vitaro as Chief Development Officer

Vitaro Will Accelerate the Global Pizza Chain’s Already Incredible Growth

DETROIT, MI (StLouisRestaurantReview) Little Caesars, the global family-owned pizza chain, announced that Jeremy Vitaro had been named Chief Development Officer.  This role is responsible for new unit growth domestically and around the world.  Vitaro will drive the organization’s efforts to further capitalize on the phenomenal global opportunity of the Little Caesars brand.

Vitaro most recently served as Vice President of U.S. Development at Dunkin’ Brands, where, for the past 18 years, he held various franchise leadership positions.  He brings this extensive development experience to Little Caesars at a time when the chain’s revolutionary Pizza Portal® pickup and delivery options have led to a surge in brand interest among consumers and franchise prospects.

“Little Caesars is experiencing one of its largest periods of domestic and international expansion in its 60+ year history,” said David Scrivano, President and CEO of Little Caesars.  “With a beautiful business model, strong brand awareness, and quality products, we are thrilled for Jeremy to join our team, continue our momentum and provide new growth opportunities for entrepreneurs all over the world.”

In 27 countries and territories, Little Caesars entered Colombia, Singapore, Peru, and Chile.  This year, new stores are set to open in Portugal, Russia, and the United Kingdom.

The brand is actively seeking to grow in new markets across Europe, Southeast Asia, and South America, as well as in existing markets, such as Spain, Canada, Latin America, and the Philippines.  Opportunities also exist in New York City, Seattle, Portland, Tampa, and other U.S. markets.

Before spending nearly two decades guiding both international and U.S. growth for Dunkin’, Vitaro lived in Italy.  He served companies including Casoni S.P.A. and the Benedict Group in various franchise leadership roles.  Vitaro holds master’s degrees in business administration from Columbia Business School and in economic history from Stanford University.

“I am grateful to have the opportunity to join a world-renowned brand primed for continued expansion,” said Vitaro.  “Little Caesars is poised to experience further exponential growth due to its affordable prices, quality products, and rewarding business model.  I look forward to helping guide Little Caesars towards continued success and working with entrepreneurs interested in growth opportunities.”

Marty Smith

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