Mariners suspend relationship with Papa John’s after reports of founder’s racist slur

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The Rangers' promotion centered around a 50-percent-off offer the day after the club scored at least seven runs.

While Papa John's was once ubiquitous with the sports world, it's partnerships have fallen off over the past few months due to Schnatter's actions. It's not, of course. But, "I said it, and it's wrong", he said. "These comments were hurtful and unacceptable, and they do not reflect the values of our university". The Miami Marlins announced Thursday they would also suspended their relationship.

This isn't the only outcome of Schnatter's racist remarks. Schnatter had stepped down as CEO past year after criticizing National Football League protests. Netflix said Jonathan Friedland used the word in a meeting of public relations staff about sensitive words.

The Washington Nationals have severed ties with Papa John's days after founder John Schnatter resigned as chairman of the company's board. Are the Seattle Mariners going to need a new auto sponsorship because Henry Ford was buddy-buddy with Hitler? Papa John's did not immediately respond to whether the company would keep using it. Their statement condemned Schnatter, but noted that the Astros "are proud of our 10-year partnership with Houston Pizza Venture, a local Houston business and owner of the local franchisees". We can only accomplish this if we truly celebrate diversity, foster equity, and aim to achieve inclusion.

The company told the publication it is still working out the exact timing and details as to how it plans to remove Schnatter, who has always been the face of the chain, from advertisements.

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Schnatter owns almost 30 percent of the company's shares, which fell after the report but rebounded when he said he would depart as chairman.

The naming rights deal for the football stadium is unique, because the school's deal is with Schnatter, not the Papa John's brand. That made things slightly trickier for Louisville, though it wasted no time in doing what needed to be done.

Papa John's is the world's third-largest pizza chain, with more than 350 outlets in the United Kingdom and 4,900 restaurants worldwide. Maybe it's just a confluence of the ineptitude of multiple big business interests, leaving room to wonder once again how some people have managed to get ahead as far as they have in this world, like the pizza-faking racist who's now out of a job.

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