Papa John's will drop founder from its logo after he used the N-word #Business [Video]

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Papa John"s will drop founder John Schnatter from its logo and TV adverts after he used the N-word during a training session on avoiding PR blundersJohn Schnatter on Wednesday admitted to using slur during May conference callHe was defending a 2017 claim that NFL anthem protests had...

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Papa John’s will drop founder John Schnatter from its logo and TV adverts after he used the N-word during a training session on avoiding PR blunders

  • John Schnatter on Wednesday admitted to using slur during May conference call
  • He was defending a 2017 claim that NFL anthem protests had led to drop in sales
  • When news …

Papa John's will remove the image of its founder, John Schnatter, (seen at a PR event in Las Vegas) from its logo
The Papa John's logo, which will now be redesigned

Schnatter (pictured right with Vice President Mike Pence) founded the company in 1984, but resigned as chief executive in December last year after drawing criticism for comments he made at the NFL leadership over protests against the national anthem

Schnatter used the offensive word when he was discussing comments he made about NFL players kneeling during the national anthem. Pictured are the San Francisco 49ers before a game against the Washington Redskins on October 15, 2017