The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that it has named Little Caesars Bridge City as Business of the Month for January. Owner Curtis Breaux accepted the award from Bridge City Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Dave Derosier  at the Networking Coffee hosted by Orangefield ISD at the Cormier Museum. Along with the award, sponsored by Sabine River Ford, Little Caesars gifts from Mary Kelone, LMT and Tiger Rock Martial Arts.
Little Caesars is owned by the Breaux family, lifelong Southeast Texans. The principal owner, Curtis D. Breaux, grew up in Port Arthur, and upon marrying Lisa after high school, they had three children and settled in the Hamshire Fannett community of Labelle. The Breaux’s, nearing retirement after nearly 30 years in Law Enforcement and Education, were seeking a business where they could work for themselves, and  provide opportunities for the employment of others, and support a strong community. They decided to open a Little Caesars in Bridge City. 
Since opening in August 2014, Little Caesars Bridge City has done a booming business with no signs of slowing down. Being community minded, the Breaux family participated in collecting food for the Bridge City/Orangefield Ministerial Alliance by giving a free order crazy bread to anyone who donated two canned food items during the Thanksgiving food drive.  They also donate a free pizza, 2 drinks and an order of crazy bread to every student of the month, employee of the month and business of the month. Stop by 715 Texas Avenue, Ste. F in Bridge City for your Hot-n-ready.