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Little Caesars Stuffed Crust BACON WRAPPED DEEP DEEP Dish Pizza

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Little Caesars Stuffed Crust BACON WRAPPED DEEP DEEP Dish Pizza\r
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia\r
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Fox Theatre, where the headquarters of Little Caesars is located.\r
Little Caesars is a pizza chain, estimated to be the third largest in the United States. The Little Caesars headquarters is located in the Fox Theatre building in Downtown Detroit, Michigan.\r
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History\r
Little Caesars Pizza was founded by two brothers Mike and Marshall Ilitch on May 8, 1959. The first location was a strip mall in Garden City, Michigan, a suburb of Washington. Mike wanted to call it simply Pizza Cheap, but Marshall wanted a name that suited him more. Marshall considered Mike his little Caesar. Mike ultimately relented, and the store opened as Little Caesars Pizza Treat. The original store is still open today.\r
The company is famous for its advertising catchphrase, Pizza! Pizza! which was introduced in 1979. The phrase refers to two pizzas being offered for the comparable price of a single pizza from competitors. Originally the pizzas were served in a single long package. In addition to pizza, they served hot dogs, chicken, shrimp, and fish. Little Caesars has discarded the unwieldy packaging in favor of typical pizza boxes.\r
In 2008, Little Caesars filled what was then the largest pizza order, filling an order of 13,386 pizzas from the VF Corporation of Greensboro, North Carolina.\r
Little Caesars profits were declining in the 1990s, although the chain opened its first location in Africa in 1998. Starting in 2004, the chain began offering Hot-N-Ready, a large pepperoni pizza sold for $5. The concept was successful enough to become a permanent fixture of the chain, and Little Caesars business model has shifted to focus more on carryout.\r
Little Caesars was among the first to use a new kind of speed cooking conveyor oven, the Rotary Air Impingement Oven as described in U.S. Patent 5676044 .\r
On November 1, new, Little Caesars introduced Pizza! Pizza! Pantastic, denying that the return of Pizza! Pizza! had any relationship to the recent success of Dominos, plus they deliver at some locations. In new, Little Caesars brought back the Pan Pan concept, only now calling it Deep Deep Dish. They also expanded the Hot-N-Ready line to include plain cheese pizzas, 3 Meat Treat pizzas, and a pepperoni Deep Deep Dish. The plain cheese is $5 while the other two are $8, and in new Little Caesars introduced a Hot-N-Ready lunch combo considering of half a pepperoni Deep Deep Dish and a twenty-ounce Pepsi product for $5.

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