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Papa Johns forced to apologise after CEO John Schnatter blames players' kneeling for poor pizza sales

Independent Wednesday, 15 November 2017
The company is a major NFL sponsor, and Schnatter said on an earnings call on 1 November that 'NFL leadership has hurt Papa John's shareholders'
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