Sunday, November 05, 2017

Papa Johns and the NFL

The CEO of Papa Johns Pizza is blaming his sagging sales on the mishandling of the NFL anthem protests and league leadership. John Schnatter, an advertiser and sponsor of the NFL, expressed that the protest of the national anthem should have stopped with Colin Kaepenick “according to reports. This should have been nipped in the bud a year and half ago.”

What’s your take? What impact, if any, do you think the NFL’s handling of the protest is having on the NFL and the economy? Do agree with how the NFL has handled the matter? If not how would you have handled it?




Comments

1. Jesse said...

He gets what he deserves. He wanted to jump on the Trump bandwagon.Now he has upset the Trumpers who want kneeling banned and the Kaepernick supporters who dislike his stand on kneeling. I love it.I am heading to Pizza Hut!

2. Jesse said...

Working on your birthday!Happy Birthday Tanya

3. Long Time Listener said...

NFL TV ratings have been down the last couple of years. The NFL is in a no win situation

4. Trudy said...

Happy Birthday Friend. Trust me,The NFL is doing just fine.They stood up to Trump and decided to not try to force players to stand and salute the flag

5. Juanita said...

Can you say Dominos?

6. Long Time Listener in Memphis said...

I will never support this clown

7. Craig said...

We should nip this creep in the bud,#BOYCOTT

8. RobertBrown said...

The NFL has not lost any sponsors and the stadiums are full.No impact.Why aren't any other sponsors losing money.They don't support 45 and their food doesn't suck

9. Kevin said...

Serves him right

10. Samantha said...

He didn't lose any money.He just didn't make as much as he planned to.

11. Manchild said...

I don't care about him,his money or the NFL



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