Industry News | November 10, 2009

New Bojangles’ Convenient to SC Interstate

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Local entrepreneur Eddie Frazier is bringing Bojangles’ to Lugoff, South Carolina, with this week’s grand opening of the chain’s newest location at 497 Highway 601 South. Situated just a half mile off of Interstate 20, the restaurant features drive-thru and in-store dining beginning with breakfast and continuing through dinner late into the evening.

“Bojangles’ has a strong brand and a large following. We want to bring its quality food and service to the area’s residents, workforce, and Interstate 20 travelers who have never had the opportunity to experience Bojangles’ and also to those who have loved it for years,” says Frazier, the owner of Frazier Service Co. LLC, which now operates two Bojangles’ locations. “At Bojangles’, we like to give our customers what they love most, made-from-scratch chicken and biscuits, at any time they want.”

Part of the new 8,000 square foot family travel center in Lugoff, the new location’s interior and exterior were built according to Bojangles’ updated design standards spanning 3,500 square feet with the capacity to seat 50. Guests of the restaurant will experience the brand’s new prototype store with a shift towards fast-casual dining, blending quick-service with a casual-dining atmosphere.

Connected to a Shell station at the family travel center, Lugoff’s Bojangles’ is the chain’s only full-size, co-branded location in the country. The opening of this Bojangles’ will contribute to the Midland’s economic landscape with the addition of more than 40 new jobs.

In celebration of the opening, Bojangles’ is giving its ice tea free to customers presenting a coupon, which is available in Wednesday’s Camden Chronicle-Independent.

Frazier, a long-time restaurant industry veteran with more than 30 years of experience in owning and operating quick-serve destinations, runs his Bojangles’ business with son Matt, who serves as director of operations for the Lugoff restaurant and the Camden location. Eddie is also an operating partner in seven Bojangles’ restaurants in nearby Columbia.

The Frazier’s Lugoff Bojangles’ creates new meal options at all dayparts. Freshly made breakfast starts at 5 a.m. and lasts throughout the day. Lunch and dinner options start at 9:30 a.m. and continue through closing. The hours of operation for dine in and drive thru are 5 a.m. until 10 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 6 a.m. until 10 p.m. on Sundays.