SL to get its own Little Caesars Pizza

Marie Havenga • Jul 21, 2015 at 11:14 AM

Pat Truskowski said he plans to open the 1,200-square-foot store in the former laundromat space next to the Front Porch ice cream shop as early as Dec. 6 and no later than mid-December.

“That corner is a good corner,” Truskowski said of the Lake Avenue/Savidge Street plaza intersection. “It’s a good traffic corner with good access to the building. And I love being right next door to the Front Porch. It’s a good complement during the summer.”

Truskowski also owns Little Caesars stores in Coopersville, Allendale, Standale and Cedar Springs. He has worked for the Little Caesars chain since 1981 and been a franchisee for eight years.

The Belmont man said he’s always had an affinity for the Village of Spring Lake and looks forward to providing another pizza choice.

Job seekers may pick up an application at Amy’s Hair Hydeaway, 110 Lake St., Suite B, which is across the parking lot in the Mill Point Plaza.

There is also a Little Caesars Pizza store in Grand Haven at 1124 Robbins Road.

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