Papa Johns raises money for cancer in Pagano’s name, offers 50% off for Colts fans

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LOUISVILLE, Ky.– Papa John’s gave $30,020 to the Indiana University Health Simon Cancer Center on Thursday raised through sales of the Chuckstrong Special throughout the month of December.

The Chuckstrong Special consisted of ordering a large 5-topping pizza for $10. $1 of each Chuckstrong Special went to the IU Health Simon Cancer Center.

“Like all of the Colts Fans, we were saddened to learn of Coach Pagano’s battle with cancer,” said Dan Wenz, operations vice president, Midwest region for Papa John’s. “Knowing how many people are affected by cancer each year, we felt the need to help raise awareness and funding for cancer research.“

As the official Pizza of the Indianapolis Colts, he added, “Papa John’s has a longstanding relationship with the Colts and we were pleased to raise these funds in honor of Coach Pagano.”

As a “thank you” for supporting the Chuckstrong fundraiser, Papa John’s is giving fans 50-percent off their regular menu price for online orders on Monday, January 14 through Tuesday, January 15 at participating Indianapolis area locations. Fans are instructed to use promo code COLTS50 when placing their orders online using the Papa John’s website.

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