But that's all about to change as Papa John's sets its sights on the Scottish market with the opening of an outlet in Kilmarnock next month, spearheading plans to open half a dozen stores throughout the West of Scotland over the next year.
To this end, Papa John's has launched an ambitious recruitment drive that could see the creation of up to 120 full- and part-time jobs.
Richard Anderson, Papa John's Master Franchisee for the West of Scotland, says: 'Having secured a prime town centre site in Kilmarnock, we are now seeking to fill a number of positions, including general manager, store manager and supervisory roles, to help us roll out our growth strategy for Scotland.
'It's not everyday that an opportunity to get involved at the very start of an enterprise, renowned globally but unknown locally, presents itself. But that's just what we can offer the right people with the right attitude and appetite to help us introduce West of Scotland customers to better ingredients and better pizza.
'We have been voted 'best pizza' in over 70 separate surveys and have won the UK 'Pizza Delivery Operator of the Year' three times. Now Scots will be able to taste the difference for themselves.'
Published: 5 October 2005
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