Papa John’s opens store in Evesham

It continues to seek multi-unit franchisees, including those who are interested in opening up in a ‘non-traditional’ location.

Papa John’s announced the opening of its latest UK store in Evesham, Worcestershire.

Led by franchisee Atif Maroof Zar and his brothers Umair Ramay and Amir Maroof, the new site serves as their eight Papa John’s, with two more scheduled to open before the end of the year.
“Evesham is part of a cluster of stores we run including our Papa John’s in Stratford Upon Avon, Redditch and Bromsgrove which helps streamline the delivery of supplies, recruitment and general management. It also means we have the back up in place to ensure everything runs as efficiently and smoothly as possible too,” said Atif.

Papa John’s continues to seek multi-unit franchisees, including those who are interested in opening up in a ‘non-traditional’ location. The chain currently has over 450 stores in the UK.

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