Papa John’s franchisee enjoys growth with 15th store opening

Tony Singh scales pizza chain’s franchise network with latest Egham outlet

Leading pizza franchise Papa John’s is celebrating after its franchisee Tony Singh officially opened his 15th store in Egham, Surrey, this week.

Singh, who led the official opening with a free ‘pizza party’, joined the pizza chain in 2002 and has gone on to run multiple-territories across the South East including Milton Keynes, and Colchester, Essex, as part of his “mission” to develop the chain’s franchise network.

Papa John’s is calling on prospective franchisees to follow in Singh’s footsteps with franchise packages available from £175,000 and its “biggest and best” franchise incentive scheme running for 2014.

The scheme offers franchisees with new store openings in Wales, the Midlands, North East, North West, and Scotland, a royalty break of up to £50,000 if they join before the end of 2014, as well as discounted supply deals on equipment and marketing spend for the store launch.

Papa John’s business development manager, Anthony Round, said: “We have been delighted to support Singh in the expansion of his pizza franchises over the years.

“Singh now successfully runs 15 pizza stores which is a testament to his hard work and ability to take full advantage of Papa John’s successful formula of ‘better ingredients, better pizza’.

“As a company we are managing a programme of expansion and are looking for more enthusiastic, ambitious individuals to help us open new outlets across the UK.”

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