Where is Papa Johns Corporate office Headquarters

Papa Johns Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 2002 Papa Johns Blvd, Louisville, KY 40299, USA
  • Phone Number: 502-261-7272
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 25,000
  • Established: 1984
  • Founder: John Schnatter
  • Key People: John Schnatter (Chairman)

Papa Johns Headquarters Location & Directions

Papa Johns Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Steve M. Ritchie

President & CEO

Joseph H. Smith IV

Senior VP & CFO

About Papa Johns, History and Headquarters Information

Papa Johns was founded in the year 1984. The company has been active for almost 34 years now. The founder of the company was John Schnatter. The company was started with an investment of just $1600. In the year 1993, the company was transformed into a limited public entity. By the year 1997, the company had 1500 stores under its name. PMQ Pizza Magazine said in the year 2016 that the company was the third-largest take-out and pizza delivery restaurant chain in the USA. Papa John's has over 5,199 establishments - of which 4,456 franchised restaurants operating domestically in all 50 states of the USA and in 44 countries and territories as well. The headquarters of the company is based in 2002 Papa Johns Blvd. The name of the place is Louisville, while the name of the state is Kentucky, USA. The pin code is 40299.

Papa Johns is an American company that focuses on the production and selling of various kinds of pizza, to its customers all over the USA. The current CEO of the company is Steve Ritchie. The current number of employees working in the company is more than 20,700. As of the year 2018, the company has its presence across 5300 locations in the USA. Also, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $1.7 million.

The primary services of the company include allowing customers to purchase various kinds of pizza that are produced by the company’s restaurants. The restaurants also sell other types of fast food dishes and recipes as well.

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  • LOUISE CROFT says:

    Dear…..
    I am writing with regards to my recent visit to your Papa John’s in Niagria Falls on 2.10.19. I stopped off here as we were going to the Canadian side of Niagria. I had a fantastic experience 4 years ago at your Daytona Beach shop, the pizza was just amazing, and has always stuck with my family and I, hence why when u saw there was one in Niagria I thought I’m having one! As your moto is, no matter what restaurant you visit, the pizza is always the same.
    Well this visit wasnt…
    For a start the girl behind the counter was busy on her phone, sat down, very dis interested in serving, let alone being welcoming, or any customer service what so ever. She only had life in her, when her friend came along and she gave her free pizza that had been sat there for 3 hours, but she did warn her that they has been there for 3 hours, as my husband heard her very clearly.
    At this point we nearly walked out, but thought no, I love the pizzas!
    Anyway we placed our order, and waited, and waited, and waited….put it this way, we nearly went to the counter and asked for a refund, and went elsewhere, but we were hungry. I also noticed there was no delicious smell of pizza cooking at all, which I thought was odd cause we were right next to the counter. Anyway it finally appeared, it was hot, however, (we ordered large pepperoni, normal base) the crust was dark brown and crispy, the pepperoni was as thin as could be, and when I tasted it, I didn’t think, wow, this is amazing, there was something missing, and half way through it , I realised, there wasn’t much tomato flavour, and cheese seemed somewhat cheap cheese, or plastic. It didn’t taste like cheese, or pepperoni, it was bland. Put it this way I couldn’t eat the last piece I picked off the pepperoni, and looked underneath, it looked like the cheapest pizza, possible, I wouldn’t have said in a million years it was apparently Papa John’s.
    I didn’t even bother complaining to the girl, due to her not being interested in the start of my visit, so thought what’s the point she wont do anything, so I didn’t complain at the time, I did take some pictures, etc of proof of the above.
    Please see attachments of proof.
    To make you aware I am from England, Leeds in West Yorkshire.
    I look forward to hearing from you.
    Regards
    Very dissatisfied visitor to Niagria Falls restaurant.
    Louise – Leeds England

     
  • Ruby Banks says:

    Dear Papa Johns: Just want to let you know that your pizza staff, smoky hill store location, aurora, Colorado is making pizzas after handling cash. Allison took cash from a customer then proceeded to the counter and put her hands right into the pizza ingredients. I stated to her that she needed to wear gloves and/or wash her hands. I then noted that another staff member proceeded to use the same pizza that was contaminated, I then stated you need to throw that away since it was contaminated. I then noted that the staff member put the pizza back in the stack with the other dough. It was not thrown away as I had stated. Also, if any staff members put their hands into the ingredients with dirty hands, the bins need be thrown away as this is the leading causes of diseases. All ingredients should therefore be again refreshed. Please put cameras in all of your stores since staff members at your locations do not care about contamination or the fact that this can kill or hurt individuals. This is very very important. Thank you. I am afraid to eat at any of your establishments since this is not regulated or monitored.

     
    • john schnatter says:

      dear ruby the pizza oven temperature is 435 degrees. Following are proper temperatures for cooking foods to kill bacteria. Ground beef or pork should be cooked to 160 F (71.1 C).
      Steaks and roasts should reach at least 145 F .
      Pork should be cooked to at least 145 F .
      For chicken and turkey, cook to 165 F .
      Fish is usually cooked safely when it reaches 145 F .
      thus saying your claims invalid.

       
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