Why did Romans pizza change their name?

Why did Romans pizza change their name?

Originally named Little Caesar’s when it was founded by Arthur Nicolakakis in Pretoria. The chain was rebranded in 2002 and renamed Roman’s Pizza….Roman’s Pizza.

Industry Food delivery Franchising Restaurants
Headquarters Midrand, Johannesburg , South Africa
Number of locations 230 (2018)
Area served South Africa

How do I track my Romans order?

From your Ro Account:

  1. Log in to your My Ro account.
  2. Click the Account tab.
  3. Click the Order History button.
  4. Click Track Order.
  5. Your tracking information will open in a new window.

How many slices are in a large Romans pizza?

How many slices are in a Romans pizza? There are 8 slices per Large pizza. 16 in a double box.

How much does it cost to open a Romans pizza?

Roman’s Pizza – from R2.4 million Franchisees looking to open a Roman’s Pizza can expect to pay around R2. 5 million for a new store. This includes an initial joining fee of R90,000, while the cost of a 120 square metre store is expected to set you back around R2. 3 million.

How much does a Steers franchise cost?

The initial franchise fee is R159,900 for a Standard Steers, while the fee for a drive-thru Steers is slightly increased at R175,700. Approximate set up cost for a Standard Steers is R1,650,000 excluding VAT, joining fee and contingency. Set up cost includes equipment, shopfitting, wet works, furniture and fixtures.

Does Romans Pizza charge for delivery?

We deliver! Get ANY 2 Large Pizzas for ONLY 129.90 delivered straight to your front door today📲🛵🍕 Order online at www.romanspizza.co.za or call your nearest branch for delivery options. Special offer valid from Monday to Friday only until 4pm. Ts&Cs and delivery fees apply.

What is Romans pan base?

Roman’s Pizza offers the choice of either deep pan (thick base), or traditional base (thin base) pizza. The deep pan thicker base pizza is a decadent delight, which only Roman’s Pizza seems to have perfected. They are the pan-base-pizza specialists!