Papa John's deal aids Wounded Warrior Project

Southeastern U.S. Papa John's stores have partnered with the Wounded Warrior Project to support injured veterans through sales of a special combo deal from now through Nov. 12. The deal, which gives customers two large two-topping pizzas and a two-liter Pepsi for $22.22, automatically triggers a $2.22 donation to the cause. 

"For the second consecutive year, Papa John's restaurants in the Gulf Coast region are proud to support Wounded Warrior Project," Papa John's Franchise Business Director Ray Turner, said in the release. "We appreciate the great and valuable work they do on behalf of our nation's wounded veterans."

The 15-year-old Wounded Warrior Project provides assistance to wounded veterans at no charge since, as the organization said, they've all paid their dues on the battlefield. 


 


Topics: Social Responsibility


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