Papa John's Will Move Main Headquarters To Atlanta


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LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Papa John's is moving about 200 jobs out of Louisville.

Papa John's President and CEO Rob Lynch says legal, IT and supply chain operations will stay in Louisville but the rest of the operation will move to a new global headquarters in Atlanta.

Lynch says the Atlanta area offers a deeper talent pool and easier flight options for executive travel.

The new Atlanta operation is expected to up and running in mid-2021.

Papa John's has been in the Louisville area since its founding in Jeffersonville in 1984. The pizza chain currently has over 1,600 employees in Louisville.

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