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<< John H. Schnatter, the chief executive of Papa John’s, the pizza chain, said some franchisees were likely to reduce their employees’ hours to avoid having to provide coverage. And an unhappy Denny’s franchise owner in Florida warned that he would raise prices 5 percent as a “surcharge,” adding that disgruntled customers could offset that by reducing their tips. >>


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Customers who do not want to support the purely political agenda of Papa John can choose to eat someone else's pizza.
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salaryguru writes,

Customers who do not want to support the purely political agenda of Papa John can choose to eat someone else's pizza.

Absolutely. I definitely won't be eating any Tea-Bagger pizza.

Shannater must not be much of a businessman to say something that alienates 50% of his potential customers -- unless he's betting on SP and tele to take up the slack.



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<< Shannater must not be much of a businessman to say something that alienates 50% of his potential customers -- unless he's betting on SP and tele to take up the slack. >>


I make my own pizza.



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