Papa John’s extends network further with Sevenoaks franchise outlet Written by Aimee Bradshaw Published on 5 August 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 Pizza delivery company Papa John's has announced the opening of its latest franchise outlet in Sevenoaks, acquired by serial Papa John's franchisee Jas Singh.The Kent-based outlet is the fourth such store operated by Singh, who also owns outlets in Wellend, Sidcup and Belvedere.Founded in 1984, US-based Papa John's now has more than 200 stores across the UK and offers franchise opportunities for between £175,000 and £225,000, with particular opportunities in its key locations of Yorkshire, Manchester, West Midlands, East Midlands, South West, North East, Wales and Scotland.The Sevenoaks outlet marks the 21st store opened in the UK this year, which has also seen Papa John's begin a nationwide television advertising campaign to support its franchisees.Anthony Round, business development manager for Papa John's, said: “We are delighted Jas Singh has added Sevenoaks to his Papa John's franchise operation.“As a franchisee Jas is hands on, hardworking, and driven by customer service and standards. Sevenoaks is prime territory with an excellent demographic, good market awareness and household count. Jas is now keen to serve-up top quality pizza and his thriving business into the area.”For further information about Papa John's franchises, click here. 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.