Church's Chicken

The chicken company launches a remixed version of its successful 2007 campaign slogan 'I Know What Good Is.'
Harsha Agadi will explain how the quick-serve is managing to survive the recession in a conference call next week.
The unit can be ready for business three days from delivery.
Church's plans to use 'advergaming' and text message to connect with a new audience.
The brand continues to see a successful fifth-year stride of positive same-store domestic sales.
The chain had about 140 franchised locations in the Beaumont and Houston areas that were hit hard by the storm.
The international arm of Church's Chicken will open its first Indian store in the Hyderabad region, the first of 30 planned units.
Brand partners with real estate provider to efficiently drive growth objectives.
The quick-serve chicken brand’s continued success has been attributed in large part to its “I Know What Good Is” marketing strategy.
The company picked Atlanta-based Fletcher Martin as the agency of record for print and media throughout the eastern United States.
The chain plans to open 36 units in the country by the end of March for a total of 50 by the end of 2008.
Coca-Cola will continue to provide soft drinks to the 1,200 Church's locations
Quick-service restaurant giant Church’s Chicken® announces a new partnership with Sunbelt Business Brokers.
The purchase of closed Popeye’s stores in the Rio Grande Valley from CVI Company, LTD of McAllen Texas was undertaken in the normal course of business, says Church's Chicken.
Franchisor-operator of Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits seeks damages in connection with intent to harm Popeyes brand.
Church's is now a billion dollar business and has committed to double its size within five years.
Church's Chicken has development agreements with four new franchisees to open more than 30 new restaurants.
Church's Chicken announces the launch of its spicy bone-in chicken and chicken tenders to all of its 1,234 restaurants nationwide and nearly 100 restaurants in Mexico.
Aggregate gross proceeds from the transactions, subject to customary closing adjustments, are approximately $390 million.
The deal is for $390 million, comprised of $383 million in cash and a subordinated note from an affiliate of the buyer for $7 million.