Peyton Manning sells stake in Papa John's franchises

Peyton Manning sells stake in Papa John's franchises

Peyton Manning sells stake in Papa John's franchises

This clearly misguided and pretty racist assumption led Schnatter to step down; recently, the National Football League dropped Papa John's as its sponsor and switched over to Pizza Hut.

Manning, a two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback, sold his stake in 31 Denver-area Papa John's franchises last month, according to USA Today.

"After six successful and rewarding years, Peyton Manning and Papa John's global have sold their stake in 31 Papa John's locations which were part of a joint-venture", the Kentucky-based chain said in an emailed statement.

Collins said a new franchisee, who owns locations in other markets, had purchased Manning's locations and assumed ownership.

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Peyton Manning has officially washed his greasy hands clean of holding any stake in Papa John's Pizza, which came under fire after its CEO made controversial comments about the NFL's anthem protests.

Papa John's had been the official pizza sponsor of the National Football League for years, but the two organizations announced their joint decision to end that partnership last week.

"Peyton remains an official Papa John's spokesperson and brand ambassador as part of his long-term agreement with the brand", the company said. Schnatter announced that the kneeling players were hurting the pizza company's business. He later apologized for his remarks. Per McCarthy, "Manning also is interested in a John Elway/Derek Jeter-type role in which he runs/owns a sports franchise".

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