Papa John’s Founder Steps Down as CEO After Using the N-word

 
IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR PAPA JOHN’S – Papa John’s founder, chairman and CEO John Schnatter, Archie Manning and Deshaun Watson show off their pizza making skills while launching Papa John’s new family brand campaign, “We’re more than a pizza company, we’re a pizza family,” on Super Bowl 51 Radio Row, Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017, in Houston. (Photo by Jack Dempsey/Invision for Papa John’s/AP Images
The founder and CEO of Papa John’s pizza chain is in hot water after using the N-word during a conversation on a conference call.
John Schnatter confirmed to Forbes magazine that the incident did take place back in May during a discussion with his marketing agency, Laundry Service. Some readers may recall that Schnatter has been fighting bad press since publicly criticizing the NFL player protests last season. After a 25% drop in sales, the pizza president was forced to engage Laundry Service to help deal with public relations.

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