Godfather’s Pizza and 7Gen Consulting—a Native-owned business and organizational consulting firm—have reached a development agreement that will increase exposure of the popular pizza chain’s various franchise models to Native American communities throughout the country. A key element of 7Gen Consulting’s mission is to partner with businesses, Tribes, and entrepreneurs to create opportunities that will lead to greater economic diversification, additional revenue streams, and the creation of new jobs in “Indian Country”.

“We feel that this is a great opportunity for Native American Tribes across the country to diversify and simply their operations by adding our proven model developed over 40 years,” says Dave Gartlan, Director of Franchise Development.  “Godfather’s Pizza will add value by giving each Native community a brand to be proud of, add more jobs, and improve the cash flow for each Tribe.”   

“7Gen Consulting is proud to partner with a tremendous national brand like Godfather’s Pizza,” added Maunka Morgan, CEO of 7Gen, Inc., “to help us bring new opportunities for economic development to Tribes, Tribal businesses, and Native entrepreneurs across the country.”

As part of the partnership, 7Gen Consulting has exclusive rights to represent Godfather’s Pizza in “Indian Country”. 

Development updates can be found on godfathers.com and 7geninc.com.

Learn more about franchising opportunities with Godfather’s Pizza by contacting Dave Gartlan, Director of Franchise Development atDGartlan@Godfathers.com, visiting www.Godfathers.com/Franchising, or calling 800-456-8347.

Contact Maunka Morgan, CEO of 7Gen Consulting, at maunkam@7geninc.com  or by calling  989-948-9897 for more information about 7Gen Consulting’s services.

About Godfather’s Pizza, Inc.

After 40 years of creating and making pizzas, you could say Godfather’s Pizza, Inc. knows what it takes to make an unforgettable pizza. Founded in 1973, the family-operated franchise’s mission has remained unchanged – to serve a more delicious and abundantly-topped pizza than any other in the country. The fast-casual concept has expanded to more than 600 locations in more than 40 states ranging from traditional dine-in restaurants to express outlets such as airports, convenience stores and college campuses. The heritage of serving the best pizza around, that built this company, continues today.