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Heimdallr 11-01-2017 06:42 PM

Papa John's slams NFL leadership for lackluster pizza sales as shares sink more than 10%
 
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- Papa John's said the league and its leadership "hurt" the company by not resolving the player protests that have been taking place during the National Anthem.

- The company said that the combination of declining NFL viewership and negative consumer sentiment associated with the league caused sales in the third quarter to slump.

- Papa John's has been the official pizza sponsor for the NFL since 2010.
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Papa John himself slammed NFL leadership on Wednesday, blaming the organization for lackluster sales at his pizza restaurants in the third quarter.

John Schnatter, the founder and CEO of Papa John's, said the league and its leadership "hurt" the company by not resolving the player protests that have been taking place during the National Anthem.

"The NFL has been a long and valued partner over the years but we are certainly disappointed that NFL and its leadership did not resolve the ongoing situation to the satisfaction of all parties," Schnatter said during an earnings call Wednesday. "This should have been nipped in the bud a year and a half ago."

Papa John's, which has been the official pizza of the NFL since 2010, said that the combination of declining NFL viewership and negative consumer sentiment associated with the league caused sales in the third quarter to slump.

Shares of the pizza chain fell nearly 10 percent on Wednesday.

"The NFL has hurt us and, more importantly, by not resolving the current debacle to the player and owner's satisfaction, NFL leadership has hurt's Papa John's," Schnatter said.

"Leadership starts at the top, and this is an example of poor leadership," he said... More ... (CNBC - 1 Nov 2017)
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BELOW: Members of the Houston Texans kneel during the national anthem before the game against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on October 29, 2017 in Seattle, Washington.
RELATED: Papa John Loses Dough: Pizza Chain Founder Loses $70 Million In Hours, Blames NFL ... (Forbes - 1 Nov 2017)

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John Schnatter, Founder and CEO of Papa John's, the official pizza sponsor
for the NFL since 2010

Heimdallr 11-02-2017 01:02 AM

Diversity Awards to Recognize Irsays, 'Papa John'
 
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INDIANAPOLIS - An event honoring contributions to diversity and inclusion will feature some big names next month. The Champions of Diversity Awards Dinner from Indiana Minority Business Magazine will celebrate Indiana native and Papa John's Pizza founder John Schnatter, the daughters of Colts owner Jim Irsay and businesses including Lafayette-based Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc.

The event will spotlight twelve awards in all. The 11th Annual Champions of Diversity Awards Dinner is set for the evening of January 15 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Indianapolis.

This year's 2016 Champions of Diversity honorees are:
William G. Mays Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award recipient: Engaging Solutions LLC

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Freedom Award recipient: Collina Ventures founders Mark and Karen Hill

Rosa Parks Trailblazer Award recipient: The Oaks Academy

HIM by HER Foundation founders Harry and Michelle Dunn

Vectren Inc. Manager of Supplier Diversity & Development Kimberly Dunning

Indianapolis Airport Authority

Indiana Plan

Indianapolis Colts Vice Chair/Owners Casey Foyt, Kalen Irsay and Carlie Irsay-Gordon

Indiana University Assistant Director for Diversity Education Barry Magee

Former Indianapolis Public Schools Director of Multicultural Education Patricia Payne

Papa John’s Pizza founder and Chief Executive Officer John Schnatter

Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc.
Source ~ (Inside Indiana Business - 4 Dec 2015)
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Schnatter, a Ball State University graduate, will be honored in January.

Heimdallr 11-02-2017 02:03 PM

Re: Papa John's slams NFL leadership for lackluster pizza sales as shares sink more than 10%
 
From another forum posted by a member who knew him:
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Originally Posted by SlagMaster
He was a fag in high school and still is; he got his start in a local bar/pizza joint here. He swindled his partner and ripped off his pizza ingredients.

His starting point: Mick's Lounge (location of first Papa Johns) (Jeffersonville, Indiana)

I still go this bar, it is local place; it no longer has anything to do with John Schnatter, but he still comes there pushing his crap around.

I KNEW there was something a little 'gay' about that guy.
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Mick's Lounge (location of first Papa Johns)

The founder of Papa John's, John Schnatter, began his pizza career as a high school student working for Rocky's Sub Pub in Jeffersonville, Indiana. He continued this while in college at Ball State University, working as a delivery driver for Greek's Pizzaria in Muncie. Upon graduating, he 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 out the other owner of the bar, cleaned out a broom closet and started serving pizza to customers.

In the mid 80's part of the bar was partitioned off at the east end of the building and converted into Papa John's Restaurant. When the business became franchised the restaurant closed and this section was reincorporated into the bar. John Schnatter is no longer the owner. ~ Source: Wikipedia: Papa John's Pizza


Heimdallr 11-02-2017 02:10 PM

Re: Papa John's slams NFL leadership for lackluster pizza sales as shares sink more than 10%
 
Another post from the same forum:
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Originally Posted by Scrambo
I'm from Indianapolis, or at least I was living there when Papa John's took off in the early 90s. Though the pizza was fine and all, there seemed to be something off about a kid calling himself "Papa John." It didn't match the image of a young guy with a creepy grin. Plus, he's copping this late scumbag's nom de plume


(I used to have this book, and he was a degenerate's degenerate. His daughter Mackenzie is telling the truth, I believe her and so does everyone else who knew him).

Back on topic, there are way better "Papa" pizza chains, like Papa Aldo's and Papa Murphy's, which is take and bake, but cheap and better than anything else out there. Does "Papa" make you Chef Boyardee or something?

Curious indeed Schnatter would take the name of a degenerate. I guess he 'identified' with him maybe, no?

Fred O'Malley 11-02-2017 02:34 PM

Re: Papa John's slams NFL leadership for lackluster pizza sales as shares sink more than 10%
 
He looks queer to me, but he's on the right side of the NFL protest debate. I don't care what someone does in their bedroom, as long as it isn't pedo work or with any of my people.

Heimdallr 11-02-2017 02:53 PM

Re: Papa John's slams NFL leadership for lackluster pizza sales as shares sink more than 10%
 
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Originally Posted by Fred O'Malley (Post 136341)
He looks queer to me, but he's on the right side of the NFL protest debate. I don't care what someone does in their bedroom, as long as it isn't pedo work or with any of my people.

It appears to ME he's on the side of the NFL debate of that which advances his business, not hurts it.
"Papa John's said the league and its leadership 'hurt' the company by not resolving the player protests that have been taking place during the National Anthem."
I'd bet a fifty this "Champion of Diversity Award Winner from Indiana Minority Business Magazine" was supportive of the protests until it got into his pocket book. He blames the NFL leadership, blaming the organization, by not resolving the player protests that have been taking place during the National Anthem.

I wonder HOW he suggests the player protests be "resolved?"... Okay, Papa John, you've ID'd the problem, what's the solution? ... For YOU, not being the "official pizza sponsor of the NFL" might help, ya think?


Fred O'Malley 11-02-2017 03:24 PM

Re: Papa John's slams NFL leadership for lackluster pizza sales as shares sink more than 10%
 
This crap could go on forever since there's no push to discipline niggers no matter what they do.

FedGov: Whitey, you just hafta deal wiff it.

Heimdallr 11-02-2017 03:37 PM

Re: Papa John's slams NFL leadership for lackluster pizza sales as shares sink more than 10%
 
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Originally Posted by Fred O'Malley (Post 136344)
This crap could go on forever since there's no push to discipline niggers no matter what they do.

The NFL owners, almost all successful businessmen, are better businessmen to let this go on forever. Roger Goodell's lack of leadership ability was exposed during this pitiful episode, proving he was just an empty suit from the beginning; there's one change that can be made, with his contract now up for extension/expiration. If your CEO's performance is hurting the business organization, replace him. That seems a simple enough solution for business-titans, and a good start in solving the problem.

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Originally Posted by Fred O'Malley (Post 136344)
FedGov: Whitey, you just hafta deal wiff it.

No doubt about THAT. As long as the jews call the shots, the africans will continue to be used as a battering ram against Whites and their Christian culture.

Fred O'Malley 11-02-2017 04:24 PM

Re: Papa John's slams NFL leadership for lackluster pizza sales as shares sink more than 10%
 
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Originally Posted by Heimdallr (Post 136346)
No doubt about THAT. As long as the jews call the shots, the africans will continue to be used as a battering ram against Whites and their Christian culture.

They're working on it.......Holdomor - The Jewish Ethnic Cleansing of Europeans

Heimdallr 11-02-2017 08:02 PM

Even if Papa John’s is scapegoating the NFL, Roger Goodell and league should be alarmed
 
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For weeks now, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell thirsted for this kind of break. Nine consecutive days of league-related silence from President Donald Trump. Free of Twitter rants. No inflammatory speeches or off-the-cuff interviews. Such a blissful reprieve from Trump’s political theater would have been unthinkable not long ago.

Nine quiet days later, Trump is suddenly the least of Goodell’s problems.

With Papa John’s trashing of league leadership in a Wednesday earnings call with investors, a new low has arrived. And with Goodell’s next contract still unresolved, it’s fair to wonder if the future of the commissioner is on shaky ground.

This is what happens when a litany of problems cuts across every conceivable plateau. Goodell is grappling with this on a seemingly unrelenting basis. One needs only to move beyond Trump for a moment to see pressurized cracks of discontent spreading across the NFL like the crawling fractures of a chipped windshield. From players to fans … fans to ratings … ratings to owners … owners to Goodell. And now, as if the discord of that fundamental ecosystem wasn’t enough, from the entire NFL product to Wall Street.

Wednesday was really bad for Goodell because even the happy-go-lucky pizza guy – Mr. Papa John’s himself – publicly turned on the NFL. And he did it with all his stockholders and the larger financial community listening. In an earnings call for investors that would send a cannon ball through the wood panels of every NFL ownership office.

“The NFL has hurt us by not resolving the current [protest] debacle to the players’ and owners’ satisfaction,” said John Schnatter, the Papa John’s CEO who famously appears on the company’s litany of game-day advertisements. “NFL leadership has hurt Papa John’s shareholders. … Leadership starts at the top, and this is an example of poor leadership.”

That banging you hear right now isn’t the shots fired by a pizza chain synonymous with the NFL brand. It’s the sound of ownership groups collectively falling out of their plush leather chairs... More ... (Yahoo Sports - 2 Nov 2017)
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The latest figure to sound off on Roger Goodell’s leadership as NFL commissioner:
one of the league’s top sponsors.


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