Published: Fri, November 29, 2019
Markets | By Otis Pena

Papa John’s Founder Concludes After 40 Pizzas ‘It’s Not the Same’

Papa John’s Founder Concludes After 40 Pizzas ‘It’s Not the Same’

He added, "I never dreamed that people that I cared about, that I loved, that I made multimillionaires, would do what they did".

"If the management team was out and I went in, they'd be cheering, doing backflips, they'd be bouncing off the wall", he said. It just does not taste as good.

In an interview with WDRB that emerged on Tuesday, he claimed he was pushed out as part of a strategic coup from his successors and that a "day of reckoning" will come.

Luckily for us all, he did a weird interview that left us questioning so much about Schnatter, but more importantly, I want to know why he just chooses to wear red button-ups even if they don't say "Papa John's" on them. The Papa John's founder had stepped down as CEO in December 2017 following backlash for his criticism of NFL players kneeling during the national anthem before games to protest police brutality.

He insisted he old the observe while quoting one other founder of the firm to oppose racism. "Stay tuned", he said, smiling.

"It's not the same pizza", he said. "The record will be straight".

"John Schnatter is being hypocritical", a special committee of Papa John's board of directors told the New York Post. After all, this is the same guy who used a racial slur during a media training call in May 2018 - an event that eventually led to his removal.

Papa John's founder John Schnatter recently spilled the whole teapot to Louisville TV station WDRB, announcing he's so disillusioned with his former company that he's reduced his stake as largest shareholder.

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'Steve Ritchie, Olivia Kirtley, the board of administrators all used the black neighborhood and race as a method to steal the corporate. In August, it named a new chief executive officer, former Arby's executive Rob Lynch, who replaced Steve Ritchie.

On the reason for selling his shares, Schnatter said: "I feel there's no reason to be in the vehicle when the auto crashes-even when you love the auto". "He has no pizza experience".

Papa John in an interview with WDRB.

'The day of reckoning will come.

"They stole the company, and now they've destroyed the company", he said, alleging that some members of the company's board "should be in jail". He says he isn't trying to take it over at this time. He would not actually know high quality.

Schnatter started Papa John's in 1984 after graduating from Ball State University, with a pizza oven in the back of his father's tavern in Jeffersonville, Indiana.

'What they've completed is simply flawed, and so they've harm lots of people, ' he continued.

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