CINCINNATI -- Papa John's Pizza will soon hire 150 new employees to work for its stores through the Greater Cincinnati region.
The positions are open for 40 Papa John's locations, a spokeswoman for the company reported.
The pizza chain needs drivers and in-store employees.
“This year has been an exciting time of growth for our Cincinnati Papa John’s stores thanks to the hard work of our team members,” Co-op president Chip Phelps said. “We are looking for more hard working, motivated individuals to help us continue the success that we have experienced in 2013.”
Those wishing to apply can do so in person at any Papa John's store.
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