Papa John’s boost franchise growth with new Uxbridge outlet Written by Aimee Bradshaw Published on 5 September 2013 Our experts We are a team of writers, experimenters and researchers providing you with the best advice with zero bias or partiality. Written and reviewed by: Aimee Bradshaw Senior Writer Leading pizza franchise Papa John's has marked a new addition to its growing franchise network with a new Uxbridge outlet opened by existing franchisee Zahid Sadiq.The official opening which took place on Saturday 31 August was attended by the local mayor of Hillingdon and councillor Alan Kauffman, and also included a ‘pizza party' with a limited number of free pizzas given out to visiting customers.The opening is one of many recent new Papa John's stores across the country following the success of its $2m incentive scheme with 20 new UK sites planned for launch over the next six months.Papa John's franchisee Sadiq commented:“Our new store has already proven to be very popular in the weeks we've been open. “It was […] an honour to receive the mayor in our store and we really enjoyed celebrating our official opening event with him and our customers, old and new.” Share this post facebook twitter linkedin Written by: Aimee Bradshaw Senior Writer Aimee is Startups' resident expert in business tech, products, and services. She loves a great story and enjoys chatting to the startups and small business community. Starting her own egg delivery business from the age of 12, she has a healthy respect for self-starters and local services.