LOUISVILLE Ky. Papa John’s founder and chief executive John Schnatter’s nationwide search for his long-lost 1971 Z28 Camaro is over, and he’s feeling generous.Papa John’s not only will pay a $250,000 finder’s fee to Flatwoods, Ky., resident Jeff Robinson — who produced the title to the car Schnatter sold 25 years ago to form Papa John’s — but the chain also will give away on Wednesday a large, one-topping pizza to anybody who owns a Chevy Camaro.“The Camaro represents what I gave up to start ...

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