Church’s Chicken announced the appointment of its new advertising agency of record (AOR) the Boulder, Colorado–based agency Made. Made will be responsible for campaign work on behalf of Church’s that includes TV, radio, digital, point-of-sale, and packaging that will support Church’s while helping to forge a deeper connection between the brand and its guests. Made’s strategic partner, Grupo Gallegos, based in Huntington Beach, California, will be handling the multicultural marketplace for Church’s.
Church’s Chicken will once again offer its Holiday Bundle just in time for gatherings with family and friends. To make the season even brighter, guests at Church’s can also purchase a one-of-a-kind, custom designed, full-size basketball.
Church’s Holiday Bundle includes eight pieces of Original or Spicier Spicy Chicken or eight Tender Strips, large mashed potatoes, and three pieces of corn. The Holiday Bundle is available at participating locations with prices starting at $10.99 through December 29, 2013.
Church’s Chicken, the quick-service chicken concept, got a new type of customer to its drive thru window in Katy, Texas. The Church’s Chicken restaurant team and lunch time customers welcomed a group of cowgirls with their ride lined up to order at Church’s. The scene brought to mind a whole new meaning to the term drive thru.
Church’s Big Tex sandwich is about to get even more popular with the limited time offer of the Big Tex Club sandwich debuting today. The new sandwich includes a menu item that is a favorite of Church’s customers: two Tender Strips surrounded by bacon, American cheese, lettuce, pickles, and mayo served between two buttery slices of Texas Toast.
Jim Hyatt, president and CEO of Atlanta-based Church’s Chicken—the franchisor and operator of 1,700 restaurants around the world—has appointed Joe Christina as executive vice president of the chain’s U.S. operations, effective immediately.
Church’s Chicken and Coca-Cola are making it possible for one lucky winner and a guest to attend the American Music Awards, one of the most popular music events of the year held in Los Angeles. In addition to the trip, the winner will receive a $2,000 shopping spree extravaganza in order to dress the part and truly rock the AMAs. And that’s not all. The grand prize winner will arrive at the AMAs in style with door to door limousine service and exclusive backstage access, to truly party like a rock star at the awards show.
Atlanta-based Church’s Chicken, the franchisor and operator of 1700 restaurants around the world has named senior marketing executive and industry leader, Steve Davis as its chief concept officer. President and CEO, Jim Hyatt announced the appointment of Davis to this newly created position. “Steve will be instrumental in strengthening our domestic and international brand positioning and global strategy,” says Hyatt.
Church’s new Texas Chicken, debuting on the menu for a limited time, is a half chicken marinated in special seasonings and cooked without batter or breading to a juicy, crispy golden brown. While it’s still hot, the chicken is dusted with a special blend of Texas seasonings that melts into a barbecue glaze. The seasonings add a little bit of sweet and a little bit of spicy flavor and a smokiness reminiscent of your favorite backyard grilled chicken.
Church’s Chicken president and chief executive officer Jim Hyatt announced the appointment of Tony Moralejo as its chief development officer responsible for domestic and international expansion for the globally recognized quick-service chicken chain. His responsibilities also include franchising, reimaging, construction, and real estate management. Tony reports directly to Hyatt and is a member of the brand’s executive team.