Despite delays, work for the impending Little Caesar’s Arkadelphia location has resumed and the project is moving forward.

Despite delays, work for the impending Little Caesar’s Arkadelphia location has resumed and the project is moving forward.
Owner Eric McDuffie shared Tuesday that the franchise’s current progress in joining Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins at the Pine Street location.
“There’s been some holdup,” McDuffie acknowledged.
According to McDuffie, the entire Little Caesar’s franchise has been experiencing a national revamp. As a result, restaurant items have been on backorder.
However, despite the hurdles, equipment delivery commenced Monday to provide a positive sign for the Arkadelphia location.
In addition, McDuffie revealed that he is expecting a full semi-truck containing more equipment to arrive in the coming days, weather permitting.
“Ovens are the next component,” said McDuffie, who added the ovens are expected to be shipped in from Utah in approximately two weeks.
In terms of employment, a manager has already been hired. Other positions will be filled soon. Once staff is hired, they will be sent to the Hot Springs location for training.
Although an exact opening date is unknown at this time McDuffie is setting a goal of within thirty days. The only hindrance to the tentative time frame would be the delay of deliveries due to inclement weather.