Papa John’s Pizza Font
What font is used in the Papa John’s Pizza logo?
“Aachen Bold” is the font used in the Papa John’s Pizza logo. This font is published by Tilde. You can purchase this font from the link below.
If you do not want to buy this font, we have also provided a free and alternative font that is very similar to the original font.
This font is “Amin_Hurgada” designed by Sughayer Foundry. You can use this font in your personal projects. Download and enjoy this font from the link below.
The Papa John’s Pizza brand’s logo font is similar to Western Western frames, with a large sign placed at the top of the diners’ entrance, and the font style is Western. At the top of the emblem is the word pizza on a ribbon. This beautiful logo font with different effects is used for many restaurant brands, Wild West, Western movies.
About Papa John’s Pizza
Papa John’s Pizza Restaurants was founded in 1984 by John Schnatter. Papa John’s has more than 5,199 pounds of 4456 pounds of prestigious domestic restaurants operating in 50 states and 44 countries and territories. Papa John 246 operates a “company-owned store” with joint ventures and 35 units in Beijing and northern China. In September 2012, the 4,000th Pizza Papa John Restaurant opened in New York Park, New York. The company celebrated the event by giving 4,000 free pizzas to customers across New York City.
Papa CEO John Schnatter told shareholders that because of the additional costs associated with enforcing the cost-effective care law, his business expenses will increase, and this voting right could transfer those costs to the consumer.
PMQ Pizza Magazine said in December 2016 that the company was the third-largest restaurant chain in the United States.