Top News

Little Caesars pizzeria coming to Summerside

Owner of Little Caesars in Charlottetown, Colin Younker, is branching out to Summerside. Mike Irwin of Brighton Construction shows Younker the plans of what will become the new pizzeria. It’s set to open around Oct. 10.
Owner of Little Caesars in Charlottetown, Colin Younker, is branching out to Summerside. Mike Irwin of Brighton Construction shows Younker the plans of what will become the new pizzeria. It’s set to open around Oct. 10.

Summerside area residents will be able to get pizza “hot and ready” this October.

The new location will mimic the one in Charlottetown, both owned by Colin Younker and his cousin Matthew Younker.

Summerside's Little Caesars will occupy the space left vacant when the Herbal Magic outlet closed. It is located in the same building as the BMO bank, just off Ryan Street, in the Granville Street north area of the city.

Bringing a new selection of pizzas, the new development will also bring jobs.

There are 12 to 15 positions available both part-time, full-time as well as supervisory positions.

Resumes can be dropped off at the Loyalist Country Inn in Summerside on Monday from 1 to 4 p.m. and on Tuesday between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.

Little Caesars will bring more variety to Summerside, said Colin.

“The quality of the product and service are second to none.”

He saw Summerside as a viable market and great place to bring the business and product.

While there may be other pizza places in town, he sees it as healthy competition.

It’s a unique brand that adds choice, jobs, and business to the community, he said.

The tentative opening day is scheduled for Oct. 10.

“We’re really looking forward to opening.”

newsroom@journalpioneer.com

Recent Stories