Papa Johns International Signs a Development Agreement for the Bahamas
PPJ Bahamas signed a development agreement to open five restaurants over the next 36 months in the Bahamas with the first store scheduled to open in Nassau mid-2018.
Papa John’s International, Inc. (NASDAQ:PZZA), continues its expansion internationally with the signing of a development agreement for the Bahamas.
PPJ Bahamas signed a development agreement to open five restaurants over the next 36 months in the Bahamas with the first store scheduled to open in Nassau mid-2018. John Wilson, Chief Executive Officer for PPJ Bahamas, is excited to develop the brand in the market: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to bring the Papa John’s brand and its BETTER INGREDIENTS. BETTER PIZZA. to the Bahamian market,” said Wilson. “We are assembling a fantastic team who are looking forward to delivering exceptional service to our guests and working together with our local community. We intend to share our success and give back to the wider Bahamian community we will be serving.”
“We are thrilled to be working with John Wilson and his team. John is a well-known entrepreneur in the Bahamas and his expertise and strong track record for success will serve Papa John’s well,” said Tim O’Hern, Senior Vice President & Chief Development Officer. “We remain enthusiastic about our growth in the Caribbean and look forward to introducing Bahamians to the BETTER INGREDIENTS. BETTER PIZZA. experience that Papa John’s offers around the world.”
Papa John’s International is currently looking for potential franchisees in other Caribbean markets and Latin America.