John Schnatter, the founder of Papa John has been under the limelight for quite a time for the racial slurs used in the media-training conference call and made a derogatory comment against the black community of the United States. Leading to a series of event where most of the institutes want to drop off the name of the founder of Papa John and also any association with the founder. Already we have witnessed that John Schnatter name has been taken off from the website of the various institute associated with it.
Following the row of controversy in which Schnatter in his home state of Indiana uses N-word against the black community of America and lynches them in a graphical detailed manner, Schnatter has resigned from the company. After this Purdue University drops the name of John Schnatter from the Center of Economic Research building sighting they don’t want to attract any attention towards the controversy as they wanted to focus on the center’s work.
In a statement, the university board of Trustee said that this is a necessary move taken as University stands clearly against racial comments made from the board members. The founder of Papa John is known to provide the multi-million-dollar donation to the various schools and institute. And now the situation has arrived when the institutes after seeing the row of controversy associated with John Schnatter they are dropping off any kind of relation with him. The institute says that they would still be able to attract the support because they have done it before, but it may take some time but would ultimately get the end result.
In Muncie, Indiana however, John alma mater Ball State university has decided not to drop off the name of Papa John’s founder name form their building, which they had named after him. In a statement from the Ball State Board University, in their experience, John had never expressed racist comment that’s why they will continue to support John Schnatter.