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Oct 17

Taylor Swift & Papa John’s to Bring Fans Pizza & Red

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Taylor Swift photo courtesy of Big Machine Label Group.

You can pick up your pizza AND Taylor Swift’s new Red album at Papa John’s! Beginning October 22, the album’s release date, the company will offer fans the ability to purchase Red and a large one-topping pizza for $22 in-store or at It is one of several events Taylor and Papa John’s have teamed up for surrounding the release of Red.

“I’m excited to be partnering with Papa John’s for the launch of my album, Red,” Taylor said. “I love the idea that fans can order my CD with their pizzas.”

“We’re thrilled to partner with Taylor Swift on the launch of her highly anticipated CD, Red,” Papa John’s Founder and CEO John Schnatter said. “It’s a successful combination of No. 1’s. Papa John’s is No. 1 in the American Customer Satisfaction Index and the Harris Poll Equitrend® Study, and Taylor has spent weeks at No. 1 atop Billboard’s all-genre Hot 100 chart and topped the iTunes charts in 32 countries.”

Fans can visit to sample Taylor’s latest video on ‘Papa’s Pizza Party Playlist.’ They can also shop for Taylor merchandise packages and get 25 percent off on regular menu prices through the limited time ‘Taylor Swift Pizza Party’ offer, using the promo code 25RED for online orders.

Additional promotion includes a customized large pizza box featuring Taylor’s Red album artwork. Papa John’s will also sponsor the ‘Taylor Swift Worldwide Radio Remote’ which will bring Taylor to fans across the country live from Nashville on October 26. More than 70 radio stations plan to participate and will provide fans with the opportunity to win ‘Taylor Swift Pizza Parties’ from Papa John’s.


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Posted at 1:04 pm, October 17, 2012 | Permalink

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