Download Papa John’s Pizza Logo – Papa John’s Pizza is the third chain of restaurants largest pizza in the United States , behind Pizza Hut and Domino’s Pizza . is based in Louisville , Kentucky . There are about 2,100 Papa John’s stores in the U.S.. States. and presence in over 11 countries worldwide.
The founder of Papa John’s, John Schnatter , began his career in the company Rocky’s Sub Pub in Jeffersonville , Indiana , while attending high school. Later John graduated in Jeffersonville High in 1980 but continued his association with the pizza business in college. At Ball State University, worked as a delivery driver of the “Pizzeria in Muncie.” Upon graduation, began working for his father, who was co-owner of the bar “Mick’s Lounge” in Jeffersonville. In 1984 he sold his car to buy the remainder of the bar, and began serving pizza to customers. The business started well enough, and soon became Mick’s Lounge fully in the first Papa John’s.
The corporation credited its growth to great customer service, quality products and the simplicity of the menu, unlike other networks that focus on low prices. On the subject of Pizzas, not getting an eight on a scale of ten points are discarded ago. Fewer options in crust styles and side dishes simplify inventory management and are designed to allow greater focus on what options exist. However, since the mid 90’s Papa John’s has followed the industry trend, marketing and advertising, greatly expanding its menu, adding thin crust and pan pizza, and options crust wheat (available only in a size); sauces “Robust” barbecue, “Alfredo”, tomatoes and garlic with a delicious butter, each with its own style “different” with vibrant notes of spice. There are a dozen new specialty pizzas, many with new covers and new cheeses, chicken strips and two flavors of chicken wings and many pastry desserts, and new variations of bread sticks and cheese sticks. Besides all this, have come two new decks of spices to the new specialty pizzas and five new flavors of sauces for chicken products. To further simplify the operations in food stores and provide consistency between stores many of the functions as the mass production are carried out off-site, system similar to most other chain fast food .