Naples Daily News — Wait for PigOut may soon be over

Don’t look now, but there are some pigs fly­ing south look­ing for a place to land in South­west Florida.

With seven fran­chises in Ontario, Canada and another two set to open this spring in Miami and South Car­olina, PigOut Cater­ing has zeroed in on the Naples/​Marco Island area for its next expan­sion push.

Founder Anne Dick­son said the region makes for a nat­ural fit with her mobile-​catering oper­a­tion that stresses aes­thet­ics and healthy eat­ing while turn­ing the bar­be­cue process on its ear.

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Don’t Know How to Run a New Busi­ness? No Wor­ries – PigOut Has Your Back

When you join the PigOut Fran­chise sys­tem, you’re never alone – every­one, from the team of sea­soned pro­fes­sion­als on the exec­u­tive team to your fel­low fran­chisees — is fully invested in your entre­pre­neur­ial success.

You name it, we’re train­ing our fran­chisees for it! PigOut fran­chisees are trained in all aspects of the busi­ness, includ­ing sales, mar­ket­ing, oper­a­tions, admin­is­tra­tion and train­ing staff, growth plan­ning, food prepa­ra­tion and ser­vice, food safety, net­work­ing, trailer han­dling, roaster oper­a­tion, cater­ing event man­age­ment and even how to reverse your trailer into a tight spot!

The ini­tial train­ing is pro­vided in two seg­ments – the first stage, which takes place at our ded­i­cated train­ing loca­tion, allows fran­chisees to learn the vital skills required to oper­ate the busi­ness. Dur­ing the sec­ond stage, fran­chisees work side by side with com­pany train­ers at your first events to ensure a suc­cess­ful start with your entire PigOut operation.

And the train­ing doesn’t stop there – as a PigOut fran­chisee, you’ll always be learn­ing. We pro­vide refresher train­ing ses­sions to con­tin­u­ally update our entire orga­ni­za­tion in hon­ing our skills, indus­try trends and more.

It’s our goal to pro­vide our fran­chisees with a solid foun­da­tion upon which to grow as a busi­ness – and we’re there for you from day one.

For more infor­ma­tion on PigOut’s inno­v­a­tive cater­ing fran­chise con­cept and oppor­tu­ni­ties to invest in and oper­ate the busi­ness through­out North Amer­ica, visit

PigOut High­lights as Inter­na­tional Growth Expert

PigOut Catering’s rep­u­ta­tion has been grow­ing in the United States ever since the brand announced its desire to launch “south of the bor­der” ear­lier this year, and an increas­ing num­ber of mar­kets are open­ing them­selves up to PigOut’s unique approach to event cater­ing and the lucra­tive mobile cater­ing fran­chise oppor­tu­nity. Now, as Pig Out sets its sights on U.S. expan­sion in tar­geted mar­kets, PigOut is catch­ing the eyes and ears of the local media as com­mu­ni­ties across the coun­try begin to famil­iar­ize them­selves with the brand and its sig­na­ture pig roasts.

Recently pro­filed in the Upstate Busi­ness Jour­nal in Greenville, South Car­olina, PigOut’s owner and co-​founder Anne Dick­son spoke to the busi­ness jour­nal about the brand’s expan­sion plans in the area and the finer points of the fran­chis­ing oppor­tu­nity. The arti­cle fea­tured sev­eral great pho­tos of the roast­ers in action, hyp­ing up the Greenville area for PigOut’s growth in the area in the months ahead.

Owner Anne Dick­son, who orig­i­nally hails from Britain, recently com­pleted the paper­work to begin offer­ing fran­chises in the U.S. and is work­ing now on get­ting the first one set up in Miami. Dick­son said the Greenville mar­ket fits into the demo­graphic they are look­ing for: a “year-​round week­end des­ti­na­tion mar­ket with lots of out­door event opportunities.”

Click here read the full story in the Upstate Busi­ness Journal.

For more infor­ma­tion on PigOut’s inno­v­a­tive cater­ing fran­chise con­cept and oppor­tu­ni­ties to invest in and oper­ate the busi­ness in Florida and through­out the United States, visit