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    Papa John’s Adds DoorDash Delivery at 1,400 Restaurants

  • Industry News March 13, 2019
    Papa John's
    Papa John's North America same-store sales fell 8.1 percent, year-over-year, in the fourth quarter.

    Papa John’s International, Inc. announced a national partnership with DoorDash Wednesday, offering delivery from more than 1,400 restaurants. To celebrate the launch, pizza lovers can get zero dollar delivery during St. Patrick’s Day weekend from March 15–17 on all orders over $10 delivered through the platform at participating locations.

    By working with partners like DoorDash, Papa John's continues to find ways to reach new customer segments and expand its off-premise offerings through delivery and takeout.

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    “This partnership extends our continued commitment to meet customers wherever they are and provide simple, easy ordering for guests in addition to our own world-class Papa John’s mobile app,” Anne Fischer, SVP of Customer Experience, says. “More than 60 percent of Papa John’s transactions occur online. With this in mind, we are dedicated to exceeding our customers’ expectations when it comes to ordering and delivery convenience.”

    “Quality is part of Papa John’s foundation, which is why we’re proud to partner with their stores to bring that same level of care to the door-to-door experience,” adds Toby Espinosa, DoorDash’s Head of Business Development. “Now loyal fans can experience a new, convenient way to taste their favorite menu items at home.”

    To receive no delivery fees, customers must order within the DoorDash platform at http://www.DoorDash.comor download the app for Android or iOS.

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