USA: PJ America announces development changes
PJ America, Inc. (Nasdaq:PJAM), the largest franchisee of Papa John's International, Inc. announced today that it is postponing restaurant development in the fourth quarter to enable it to further evaluate its markets and better focus on operations and marketing with its existing store base. As a result, the Company expects to open ten restaurants in the second half of 2000, of which two restaurants have been opened to date in the third quarter.
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