Papa John's partners with Newcastle United <p>Papa John’s has struck a deal with Newcastle United to become the club’s official pizza partner for the remainder of the season.<p>The deal was brokered through sports marketing agency SportQuake and will see the pizza service offer fans deals such as half price pizzas every time Newcastle score twice in a match.<p>Dale Aitchison, head of partnerships at Newcastle United, said: “This is a really exciting partnership and one that I’m sure the supporters will enjoy.<p>“The fans play a big part in our performances at home and on the road and it’s great that Papa John’s have shown their appreciation for the support they give our players.”<p>To reap the rewards of the deal, fans simply sign up to Papa Rewards on the brand’s website and select their club. For the rest of the season they’ll receive special offer codes.<p>The deal comes after Papa John’s became the official pizza partner of the Football League at this beginning of the current season.
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