Papa John's Name Removed From Louisville Business School & Stadium

Wochit News - Friday, 13 July 2018

The week began with reports that Papa John’s founder Papa “John” Schnatter somehow worked an overt racial slur into a conference call with a marketing company.

According to Deadspin, the news has prompted the removal of Schnatter’s name from virtually everything on which it had previously been emblazoned.

The University of Louisville announced on Friday that it would begin the work of prying Papa’s brand off their football stadium.

His name will even be removed from his namesake John H..

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