- Papa John’s is in the process of removing all images of founder and former CEO John Schnatter from its more than 5,000 stores.
- Store owners have been instructed to remove images including Schnatter’s signature from oven paddles, a picture with NFL star Peyton Manning, and his face on the side of delivery vans, the New York Post reported.
- Schnatter is currently suing the pizza chain that he founded.
The board of Papa John’s has reportedly ordered the removal of all symbols of founder John Schnatter from its 5,215 outlets.
Schnatter resigned as chairman of the company’s board on July 11, after Forbes reported he had used the N-word in a conference call in May. He was later booted out of the company’s offices and removed from its corporate marketing campaign and logo.
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