Area Papa John's restaurants close without warning - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Area Papa John's restaurants close without warning

Bert Caldwell
The Spokesman-Review

SPOKANE, Wash. - Papa John's restaurants in Coeur d'Alene, Spokane and other Eastern Washington communities closed Monday night.

Tish Muldoon, spokesman for Papa John's International Inc., said franchisee North Country Pizza shut down 12 stores. They will remain closed until the company can find another operator, she said.

"The franchisee has been unresponsive to us," Muldoon said. "We are unable to reach him."

Information filed with the Washington Department of Licensing lists Kevin Maines and Michael Bishop as the "governing people" of North Country Pizza, which has a Colbert mailing address. A telephone message left at that address was not returned.

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