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Papa John’s founder John Schnatter is making good on a promise not to go quietly from the chain he started in 1984 after abdicating the chairman role in the wake of reports that he used a racial slur and made racially insensitive comments on a media training call.
Today, Schnatter took out a full-page ad in Papa John’s hometown paper, Louisville’s Courier-Journal. It consisted of a letter to his “fellow Papa John’s team” stating that he misses them and that they “will all get through this together somehow, some way.”