Bojangles'

Bojangles’ raised more than $300,000, a record-breaking total, for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) during its 10th annual Shamrocks Against Dystrophy fundraiser, which will send 375 children to MDA Summer Camp this year.  

This year...

New Generation Foods LLC celebrated the opening of Russellville, Alabama’s new Bojangles’ at 13810 Highway 43 with a $25 gift card giveaway on March 8. Bojangles’ presented the first 100 people in line with the gift cards.

With the list of quick serves being sold—Arby’s, Long John Silver’s, Burger King, to name a few—growing rapidly longer...

Jeniel LLC is satisfying Darlington, South Carolina’s craving for Bojangles’ “Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits” with the opening of its newest location at 1524 South Main Street in Darlington. This marks Jeniel LLC's 10th location to open in the Carolinas region....

January 2011

Being in the right place at the right time is the key to success in any business. And as the nation finally begins to climb out of one of the worst recessions in U.S. history, a number of quick-service companies are advising their franchisees that, with soft real estate prices, lower...

January 2011

Tommy Haddock recently opened his 44th Bojangles’ unit, a standalone brick store in a budding retail district in Cary, North Carolina. Haddock’s stores thrive on passionate, young customers—especially high school students—who treat his stores like a social hub and often...

Bojangles’ Famous Chicken and Biscuits announced the addition of Brad Hudson to its team. Hired for the position of Alabama marketing coordinator, Hudson will be responsible for marketing activities in the Alabama market and is charged with growing Bojangles’ brand in the state.

Charleston, South Carolina–based K-BO Inc. is satisfying Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, residents’ craving for Bojangles’ “Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits” with the grand opening of its newest location at 1664 Highway 17. Situated at the intersection of Mathis Ferry...

December 2010

There is an answer to the age-old question of which came first, the chicken or the egg.

It’s definitely the egg—at least when it comes to breakfast. Few morning menus are without them. But these days, chicken and another popular poultry protein, turkey, are increasingly...

Bojangles’ wrapped its Master Biscuit Maker challenge yesterday at its Charlotte, North Carolina, headquarters, crowning a top biscuit crafter in an event one executive says the company uses to “recertify our biscuit makers every year.”

November 2010

Potato fries may have originated in Europe, but Americans have certainly embraced them as their own.

After all, nearly 8 billion servings of french fries were sold in U.S. restaurants during the 12 months that ended in June, according to statistics from NPD Group, a global market research...

November 2010

Work smarter, not harder; successful operators have paid attention to this adage recently more than ever. With rising food and labor costs and a competitive consumer market with less discretionary income, operators have had to get creative to fully maximize profits...

The hickory-flavored smoked sausage biscuit is only available this fall.
Chain's E-Club will send news and special offers via e-mail to fans.
Company gives check for $112,712 to McColl-Lockwood Laboratory at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, to support pediatric Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy (LGMD) research.
One hundred lucky South Carolina customers got free six-night cruises from the brand to celebrate its 100th store in the state.
Patrick Sheline, unit director in Naples, North Carolina, was honored with the first place ShowBo award for outstanding operations.
Bojangles’ names the George Liles Parkway location in Concord, North Carolina, its top company restaurant.
Bojangles' will open its 100th South Carolina location next month, and in celebration of its 30-year history, the company will be giving away Bahamas cruises to customers at South Carolina Bojangles' locations.
Participating Bojangles' restaurants raised a record $220,470 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.