Papa John’s “set for growth” following new franchisee take over

Employee turned franchisee Bally Brar to run Berkhamstead outlet following resale opportunity

Leading pizza chain Papa John’s has said that it is “set for growth” following the addition of new franchisee Bally Brar, who has taken up the resale opportunity of its Berkhamstead store.

Brar, a former employee for the Hertfordshire outlet, decided to become a franchisee after “striking a deal” with the previous franchise owner and now has long term plans to open “at least six more outlets over the next few years”.

Papa John’s was founded in the USA in 1984 and has 257 stores across the UK but is looking for “other enthusiastic franchisees to become a part of its success story”.

It has franchise opportunities in several locations across the South East, Yorkshire, Manchester, West Midlands, East Midlands, South West, North East, Wales and Scotland.

For new stores opened in specific UK locations before the end of 2014, the pizza brand is offering its “best ever” franchise initiative which includes a royalty break, free equipment, and money towards marketing spend for the store opening.

The pizza chain’s new franchisee Brar commented: “With a great product and new openings happening all the time, Papa John’s is proving to be really popular in the UK and I am delighted with how well the Berkhamsted store is doing so far!” continues Bally.

“Exciting times are ahead and the key will be to keep pushing the awareness of our fabulous product in addition to training and motivating good staff to ensure we supply the best service and pizza around!”

To find out more about Papa John’s franchise packages, click here.

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