LOUISVILLE Ky. Papa John’s International Inc. said it expects 2010 to remain tough for the third-largest pizza brand, with same-store sales expected to range from an increase of 1 percent to a decrease of 1 percent. “The consumer environment is expected to continue to be very challenging, with the unemployment rate and consumer confidence seen as key indicators for the restaurant industry,” the company said in a statement Monday. Through 2009, Papa John’s domestic same-store sales have ...
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