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Papa John's Pizza offers both take-out and delivery pizzas, and has been around since 1984. It rakes in more than $1.4 billion annually. Now that's some serious dough!
All about Papa John's Pizza
Papa John’s pizza isn’t ranked so highly just for the quality of their tasty food, but also for their good prices. Don’t forget to keep an eye out for coupons and promo codes to use when ordering your pizza online for maximum savings.
Though the chain is known mostly for its take-out and delivery, a handful of Papa John’s locations have tables for dining in. They pride themeslves on "Better Ingredients. Better Pizza", as their slogan says.
Prices and specials change according to location but no matter where you are, there’s some type of deal for you. Enroll in the Papa Rewards program and each time you make a purchase, points will be given. When you have enough, you can redeem them for a free pizza!
It was started out of a broom closet in his dad's restaurant, but the pizzas quickly became so popular that John, the chain's founder, had to move into a space of its own.
In 2012, Papa John’s celebrated the opening of its 4,000th restaurant, which was located in New York. The 4,000 include Papa John's locations both in the U.S. and abroad.
The pizzeria owes its name and logo to an unknown man who helped the chain’s owner – and then disappeared.
John Schnatter, the CEO of Papa John’s, owes $16,000 in pizza to a mysterious man who lived a few doors down from him when he was a student at Ball State University in Indiana.
Schnatter explained, “I went up to him and said, ‘Hey, I need a name and a logo for this concept’, and he came back to me three days later with both.” He offered the guy free pizza every week for life if the concept took off.
The man, nicknamed “Papa” by Schnatter, disappeared from the map. “He’s never come forward and I don’t know his name or how to find him. All I know is that he was from Chicago – and that I owe him good”, explained the CEO.