Little Caesars chain has returned to Enumclaw

Gerry Horn and Bill Oliver are bringing the pizza chain Little Caesars back to Enumclaw in the same location it started nearly 20 years ago – the QFC Plaza.

  • Tuesday, December 9, 2008 4:41am
  • Business

Gerry Horn

Gerry Horn and Bill Oliver are bringing the pizza chain Little Caesars back to Enumclaw in the same location it started nearly 20 years ago – the QFC Plaza.

The pair, Horn is from Buckley and Oliver’s from Kent, opened the store at 1040 Stevenson Ave., Dec. 2 in what was last home to a Domino’s pizza franchise.

“We thought it would be a good location,” Horn said. “Good and inexpensive. Little Caesar’s was voted the best value in America.”

The twosome, who also own the Little Caesars in Covington, are already offering those great deals to customers starting with their Hot-N-Ready – a large cheese or pepperoni pizza for $5 all day, every day, without a wait, and no limit. The $5 deal may be all pepperoni and cheese, but it’s not all that’s available for a decent price; they also carry a full-line of pizza toppings, chicken wings and ribs.

To keep costs down, the restaurant is carry-out only.

Little Caesars is open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. To order, or for information, call 360-802-1040.

Reach Brenda Sexton at bsexton@courierherald.com or 360-802-8206.

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