Papa Johnís pushes mobile ordering via new pizza campaign - Mobile Commerce Daily
By Staff reports
April 3, 2012
Pizza chain Papa Johnís is continuing its mobile ordering push with a new ad campaign that not only promotes the companyís new Buffalo Chicken Pizza, but also encourages consumers to order it via their handset.†
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