Becoming a Franchisee:

Once you submit your information via the franchise inquiry link, a member of the Extreme Pita franchising staff will reach out to you by phone. The first call usually lasts just a few minutes and gives us a chance to introduce ourselves to one another and address initial questions.

Once we determine that you’re financially qualified and that you’re a good fit for the Extreme Pita franchise opportunity, we hit the ground running! You will sign your franchise agreement and we will schedule your business operations training at our headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona. After training, you’ll have mastered everything you need to know about the Extreme Pita business: from hiring new employees, to buying hardware, to advertising and marketing in your community. We will be on hand to guide you through the entire process of opening your Extreme Pita location to help ensure that you have everything you need to start your new business. We are looking forward to hearing from you and are excited that you’re interested in the Extreme Pita brand as we expand across the U.S.!

You may submit additional information and questions to our Franchise Development Department at:


ATTN: Franchise Developent
9311 E. Via de Ventura
Scottsdale, AZ 85258

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