Fire Within Supports our Military

Fire Within Military Discount Program

Fire Within is offering a $1900.00 credit towards a trailer purchase for retired or transitioning military folks. When you pay your tuition for the Wood Fired University and subsequently purchase your Pizza Trailer, we will put $1900.00 (tuition for the military member's attendance) towards their purchase price of that trailer.  Call one of the Fire Within Specialists today to discuss.

If you are getting ready to separate or retire from the military and would like to leverage your military experience and set new a course in life, a new survey of military people transitioning to civilian life may have a few answers for you.

According to a recent Pew Research Center Survey of over 1,800 veterans, results indicate that while military service can be difficult, demanding and dangerous, returning to civilian life also poses challenges for the men and women who have served in the armed forces.

Why do some veterans have a hard time readjusting to civilian life? Primarily it breaks down to one key element - not having a post-military strategy. recently posted their 7 Secrets for Successful Military Career Transitions. It includes the following:

  1. Developing a Job Strategy.
  2. Thinking about your Transferable Skills.
  3. Finding Military-friendly Employers and a military-friendly Work Environment.
  4. Adjust from Military to Civilian Language.
  5. Connecting with the Community.
  6. Playing up your Strengths as an Ex-military Asset.
  7. Networking, Networking, Networking.

No matter if you are retired or will soon separate or retire from the military, Fire Within can help you write your own successful post military strategy that cover all 7 of these key points. Our owners come from all walks of life to include: prior military, retirees, chefs, engineers, mechanics, entrepreneurs and more, all of which are recognizing - that this small investment comes with a high ROI. And because it is not a franchise, it gives them the freedom of not being chained to an expensive monthly franchise fee leaving them free to chart their own course.