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Papa Murphy's Take-And-Bake pizza shop has become the 5th largest pizza franchise in the world. Although the majority of brands in the $46 billion pizza industry have the same business model, Papa Murphy's take-and-bake pizza franchise skyrocketed, growing to more than 1,300 locations across the United States, Canada and UAE.

Whether you're a first-time entrepreneur, a multi-unit operator looking to diversify your portfolio or a fanatical fan of our pizza, our take-and-bake pizza franchise is the right opportunity to invest in.

Papa Murphy's Take-And-Bake Pizza Franchise

Papa Murphy's pizza franchise is all about celebrating the little moments in life. Our millions of loyal guests visit us when they need to share a meal that's fast, fresh and affordable. By focusing both on our guest experience and quality of our product, Papa Murphy's has become the expert in the rising take-and-bake pizza segment, growing to more than 1,300 locations in the United States, Canada and UAE. As the 5th largest pizza franchise in the nation, Papa Murphy's is a compelling business opportunity for entrepreneurs who are passionate about their community, bringing families together and most of all pizza.

Top 3 Reasons to Invest In A Papa Murphy's Franchise

  1.  Take'n'Bake is growing in popularity  When people want pizza, they prefer takeout. Papa Murphy's competition includes already baked delivery and frozen pizza you get at the grocery store  which simply cannot compete with the quality of our pies.
  2. Proven Iconic Brand  For nearly 40 years, Papa Murphy's has served up millions of delicious pizzas at a family-friendly price point. This is why our customers consistently rate us No. 1 in consumer surveys.
  3. Simple to operate  Our take n' bake model means no ovens, no freezers and no dine-in, which means lower investment costs and allows franchise owners to focus on building customer relationships by creating the best pizza ever.

Training & Ongoing Support

Papa Murphy's offers an industry-leading training platform that helps franchise owners thrive

Franchising with Papa Murphy's means youll never be alone in business. After nearly 40 years in business, Papa Murphy's has developed one of the most comprehensive training and ongoing support platforms in the industry. In that time, we have helped countless entrepreneurs realize their dreams of owning a thriving take-and-bake pizza franchise that becomes a dynamic part of their community.

Founded in 1981, Papa Murphy's has made the path to ownership as simple as possible for new franchise owners. This starts with our low investment costs, making business ownership more accessible to entrepreneurs. Our executive team has worked significantly to simplify our business model, and the results have been phenomenal.

œFrom the very beginning, our job is to set up our franchise owners for success, which is why we work for them, says Mindy Stone-Szabo, Director of Learning and Development at Papa Murphy's. œWe have a very structured training program that includes print, e-learning and even virtual reality training modules, which is very fun. Although marketing and operations excellence play a huge role, they mean nothing if you cannot train your team to produce quality products and deliver an unmatched guest experience. This is why we are focused on helping our franchise owners build effective teams and teaching them the leadership skills we know they need to be successful.

Finding the Perfect Location

We understand that many of our franchise owners are first-time entrepreneurs and not real estate professionals who know the recipe for finding the perfect location of a new restaurant. Whether you're buying an existing store or building a new one, Papa Murphy's has experienced real estate, design and construction professionals ready to help you during this process.

Once you've secured the rights to a new location, our development team will help you through the entire process including real estate education, broker selection, in-person review of potential sites, site plans and architectural drawings, construction screening and store construction.

If you've opted to purchase an existing store instead, the great thing is that the real estate is already there. First, check out our Buyer's Checklist to ensure you review the lease and occupancy costs, as well as the overall profit and loss of the location. Next, reach out to our real estate manager for help, including how to work with landlords for rent negotiations, lease extensions, relocations or any general support related to store remodels as they arise.

Interested in Owning a Papa Murphy Franchise?

A Papa Murphy's franchise is a low-cost investment opportunity offering an industry-leading training platform. Join this dynamic brand as we expand our footprint across the United States. Initial investment costs range from $296,075 to $534,731, depending on numerous factors, including geographic areas, condition of the premises and construction costs. We have grown to more than 1,300 locations in the United States, Canada and UAE thanks to a business model built for entrepreneurs who are passionate about making a difference in their community, bringing families together, and most of all  pizza.

Why Own A Papa Murphy's Pizza FranchiseWhy Own A Papa Murphy's Pizza Franchise

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

“I don’t think anyone has done it quite like we have. You get to go home and bake it in your oven and smell the pizza while it’s baking and watch the crust rise. You get to experience the whole start-to-finish process.”

Allison Kenney

Papa Murphy's Franchise Owner - Portland, OR

“It’s pizza that you can feel good about serving to your kids. It’s fresh ingredients. You make it fresh right then, so there’s that time with your family. That 12 or 14 minutes it takes to cook it, everyone is there and around it – and everyone is happy. It’s pizza!”

John Platt

Papa Murphy's Multi-unit Franchise Owner, California

“We’re really proud to be involved with Papa Murphy’s. We love the quality of the product. There’s a lot of great employees here at the corporate support center who really care about the business and care about the brand. It’s truly amazing being part of a brand where you can both identify and work with other fellow franchise owners to be able to find solutions and more.”

Ryan MCallister

Co-owner of 37 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Colorado

“I’ve been a fanatical fan of Papa Murphy’s for about 25 years. Now being a part of the franchise family, one of the things that surprised me was it having a family-like feel despite how large the company is. They treat every franchise owner as if they’re one of the people working for them directly. Everyone plays an important role and everyone is invested in each other’s success. Additionally, we all have a communal love for pizza. So when we talk about breaking bread together and cultivating relationships, it’s amazing that pizza can play a special role in that.”

Craig Sanborn

Owner of 18 Papa Murphy’s Franchises in Nashville, Tennessee

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