Schnatter’s PR war with Domino’s rises, and Heine’s got a new home

The latest news about big Louisville employers; updated frequently.

PAPA JOHN’S founder John Schnatter threw shade at Domino’s newly launched delivery vehicle, prompting howls from financial news site The Street.

HEINE BROS. is moving its headquarters to Portland, where it will occupy 16,000 square feet in the Portland Warehouse District at 1301 W. Main St. by late summer. The 13-store chain is now based above the Crescent Hill store. HQ has 15 employees (CJ). Heine hopes to open two more stores by the end of the year (Business First). The company was founded in 1994 with the original store in the Highlands, according to Heine’s about. Co-founder Gary Heine left in 2011, selling his stake to Chuck Schnatter, whose brother is the Papa John’s founder. Chuck left Papa in 2010. Heine’s Twitter feed, which includes this one; I’m pretty sure Heine Photoshopped its trade dress into that photo of the new HQ.

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