Marco's Pizza expands with new franchise agreement in Ohio, Indiana

Marco's is headquartered in Toledo, Ohio and operates approximately 1,200 stores in 34 states.

Ohio-based Marco's Pizza continues to expand its presence in the Midwest.

The chain has announced a new 15-unit franchise agreement that will open new locations in northwest Ohio and northeast Indiana. The agreement also includes the resale of nine locations in northwest Ohio.

The franchise group behind this signed agreement, Grube, Inc., has an extensive food service portfolio, including 67 Buffalo Wild Wings locations in eight states and a Rusty Taco location in Maumee, Ohio.

“I have the utmost confidence in this new journey with Marco's Pizza as our team is committed to upholding the traditions of high-quality products, fresh ingredients and a close-knit community that make Marco's so special,” said Steve Grube, President of Grube, Inc. “This deal marks an important milestone for the Grube team as we enter the pizza market and expand our portfolio to more than 75 units while strengthening our presence in the Midwest.”

The new Midwest locations are just the latest expansion step for Marco's. In March, the chain agreed to a 50-unit master franchise agreement to market the chain Mexico Citythe largest city in North America.

Earlier this year, Marco shared his plans are expanding in Idaho with four new branches. Prior to this announcement, the pizza chain reached an expansion milestone with the opening 1,200. Location.

“In line with our multi-unit growth development strategy, this signed agreement puts Marco's on the fast track to achieving our growth objectives,” said Gerardo Flores, Chief Development Officer at Marco's Pizza. “The Grube team is a remarkable addition to the Marco's as they have a proven track record of advancing other brands in their portfolio. We look forward to watching them drive sustainable growth in new and existing markets.”

Headquartered in Toledo, Ohio, Marco's operates approximately 1,200 stores in 34 states with locations in Puerto Rico and the Bahamas.

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