John's founder John Schnatter went on a search for a 1972 Z28 Camaro that he sold 25 years earlier to start his first pizza restaurant. He offered $25,000 to anyone who could help him locate the exact car.1 Schnatter found the car in Kentucky in August of 2009, buying it from the most recent owner for $250,000. In honor of the car and the 25th anniversary of Papa John's, Schnatter offerred all Camaro owners a free large pizza on Wednesday, August 26, 2009.1 On November 16, 2009, Papa John's announced that they are offering a 1:64 scale diecast toy version of the z28 Camaro. It sells for $4.99, with $1 from each car sold benefiting the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. The packaging also includes a coupon on the back for a free medium cheese pizza.2 .References1. abhttp://content.usatoday.net/dist/custom/gci/InsidePage.aspx?cId=thejournalnews&sParam=36056958 .story2. ahttp://www.autoblog.com/2009/11/27/papa-johns-selling-recovered-camaro-diecast-free-pizza-and-cha/Fast FactsFact: Papa John's founder John Schnatter searched for his former Camaro Fact: The 1972 Z28 Camaro was sold in 1985 to start Papa John's Fact: Offered $25,000 for help finding the car Fact: Car was located within 200 miles of the Papa John's headquarters in Kentucky Fact: Paid $250,000 to buy the car from the previous owner Fact: Part of the 25th anniversary celebration of Papa John's Fact: Offered free pizza to Camaro owners on August 26, 2009 Fact: Visit CamaroAnswers.com for Camaro news, answers and discussions.