35 years to iconic status – Tennessee Titans player Logan Ryan helps scoop Rita’s ice

How Rita’s invented a new category in the ice cream franchise segment and built a cult following that’s stronger than ever over three decades later Tennessee Titans player Logan Ryan helps scooping ice on a Rita’s truck at a community...

Our seasonal franchises reap big rewards every spring on Opening Day

No matter how un-spring like the weather may be, brand fans brave the weather for their favorite first sign of spring: Rita’s grand re-opening March 20 is a big day for a couple of reasons. It’s the first day of...

How to gain brand fans in a new market

When you introduce Rita’s frozen dessert franchise in a new territory, our unique products and business model create big advantages. Here’s how to claim your market. You’re not just opening any old ice cream franchise. You’re opening a Rita’s Italian...

Rita’s Italian Ice named top franchise for veterans

Entrepreneur magazine includes Rita’s frozen desserts franchise among the top franchise picks for veterans transitioning to civilian life Rita’s Italian Ice was once again named among the top franchises for veterans by Entrepreneur magazine. The skills you gained in the military...

A double? Why not a triple?

Rita’s franchise is the perfect business model to stack up into a multi-unit franchise investment for your portfolio Rita’s simple business model and flexible footprints make it easy to to scale a multi-unit operation quickly. Rita’s franchises welcomes single-unit investors, but...

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