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The Buscemi success story began in 1955 when a Detroit resident, by the name of Paul A. Buscemi, acquired a small party store with very little capital but a lot of determination. Not long after, he began the present day Buscemi fast food line with the inception of his own version of the East Coast hoagie sandwich. Being the first to introduce the Italian submarine sandwich to the Detroit area, was his first success. The names Torpedo and Baby Sub were given to the sandwiches that management believes were, and still are, the finest Italian Submarine sandwiches available in the market today.
As the sandwich became more popular, Mr. Buscemi directed his efforts toward the creation of home style pizza. After years of experimentation with dough, sauce, and other ingredients, he perfected what is possibly the most delicious Italian pizza available in the fast food market anywhere else.
Meanwhile, Paul's son Anthony had finished school and joined the family business. Taking a fresh look at their operation, father and son saw that the distinctive characteristic of Buscemi's was, quite simply, the quality of the food, the number of successful years in business and the reputation of their Buscemi's Party Shoppe. Paul and Tony Buscemi formed the Company in 1974 to start franchising their business, and were the first company to franchise the Party Shoppe concept in Michigan.
There is no doubt about the benefits a storeowner in a single store operation could derive in entering a Buscemi's License program. These benefits include: better buying power, several additional profit centers, marketing and advertising expertise, and a more than 50 year reputation for selling only the highest quality food products. The Company today offers the qualified franchise buyer a concept that has been tested, refined, and perfected the way Paul Buscemi perfected his recipes. Paul and Anthony won't settle for being just another pizza franchise, any more than Paul would settle for serving just another Pizza.