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Papa John's Offers Up Free Pizza For A Year!

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KHQ.com - Papa John's is offering FREE pizza to the first 100 customers at it's new location on the South Hill. 

The store’s owner, Matt Goodwin, has been busy here in the Spokane community (this is now his sixth business in our city) and is very excited to be expanding his already impressive list of successful operations, which include; Volstead Act, Fast Eddies, PRESS and Boiler Room.

Goodwin has decided to give the first 100 customers at his new Papa John’s location FREE pizza for a year.  Goodwin is offering the same delicious deal to a few lucky winners from the new business’ Facebook page.

“We think that this is a good time to be opening the doors to a new business here in Spokane,” said Goodwin. With free pizza as the incentive, it’s probably nearly impossible to find someone who would disagree.

The new Papa John’s location is located at 2926 S Regal Street in Spokane.





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