The return of Papa John's?

I was visiting family in South Florida over the holiday and notied Papa John's was being shopped in that area. (I checked my home area and there were no jobs.) There were many jobs on Friday night but our fridge and stomaches had no room because there were so many Thanksgiving leftovers. Saturday morning they were gone and they aren't back. The form seemed much easier (no printing out the shop number and pasting it on the pizza box) and the pay was a flat $20 which leaves some profit as there are usually specials/coupons available. (Either delivery or pickup were allowed.) If this was a pilot or sample hopefully the client will be happy with the results as it would be an improved experience all around. By the way, given the unique nature of the MSC I really can't give any of the usual hints -- plus they'd be useless as the shop is no longer on the board.

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I used to drive around different parts of Florida to do those shops once the fee hit $20. Starting at $20 with no reimbursement seems like it'd net more than the most recent starting fee.

Is it with a different company than last year?
1cent, yes, it was a different MSC. There was a special for around $10 plus tax for a two topping large for pickup.
Be real careful about selecting anything other than tomato sauce, or they will reject the shop. I found this out the hard way.
I did a Papa John;s shop a few years ago. Worst 'za on the planet. Even the homeless guy turned it down! The number of pics and the angles required were a pain in the arse. Ten foot pole list ...

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/06/2019 01:53AM by bestofbothworlds.
I always thought the box the pizza comes in was better tasting than the pizza.

Shopping Western NY, Northeast and Central PA, and parts of Ohio and West Virginia. Have car will travel anywhere if the monies right.
@bestofbothworlds wrote:

I did a Papa John;s shop a few years ago. Worst 'za on the planet. Even the homeless guy turned it down! The number of pics and the angles required were a pain in the arse. Ten foot pole list ...

I do Little Caesars and give it away 100% of the time. Either to the next door neighbors (the kids love it - seriously) or I know places where homeless are and I give it to them. They truly appreciate it and makes me feel good. The Crazy Bread is another story. It is very good and even my parents - who detest LC pizza - love the Bread.

Papa is not the worst. Not far from it but not the worst. Domino's is pitiful as is LC
I always ended up eating an entire bag of greasy bread between one LC and the next.

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