Church’s Chicken will debut its brand new, state-of-the-art food truck on Monday, December 8th,when the mobile restaurant departs Atlanta, Georgia and embarks on a multi-state journey. The food truck will arrive in Montgomery, Alabama on December 8th and then continue on to Mobile on December 9th, New Orleans on December 9th and 10th, Houston on December 11th, San Antonio on December 12th and 13th, and depart for the Rio Grande Valley on December 14th, where it will remain into 2015.
Church’s Chicken invites guests to indulge in a one-of-a-kind biscuit creation this holiday season when Oreo Biscuit Bites debut on December 1. The new item offers a fresh twist on a classic and popular menu item, combining Church’s honey-butter biscuits with Oreo, America’s most popular cookie brand. From December 1 to December 28 at participating locations, guests can purchase five Oreo Biscuit Bites for $0.99 or 20 Oreo Biscuit Bites for the whole family for $2.99.
Twitter users who engage with quick-service brands via the social media platform are more likely to visit a restaurant, according to new research on the quick-serve dining segment released by Twitter.
Church’s Chicken restaurants will celebrate National Fried Chicken Day on Sunday, July 6 with a special offer of eight pieces of mixed chicken for $6.99.
Atlanta-based Church’s Partners Foundation Inc., the public charitable foundation for the Church’s Chicken brand, recently awarded 50 Texas high school seniors the title of Church’s Scholar. In honor of the students’ outstanding academic achievements and extracurricular activities, the Church’s Scholars program will provide each student with $1,000 towards their college tuitions for the upcoming academic year.
Pro Food Systems, parent company of Champs Chicken, serves chicken in over 530 locations. Starting tomorrow that number will increase by another 150 locations. On the 15th anniversary of its first Champs Chicken location opening, Pro Food Systems is celebrating another momentous occasion with the acquisition of the Cooper’s Express, a second strong chicken brand that has over 150 quick-serve deli locations in the Northwest U.S. with more on the horizon.
Church’s headquarters in Atlanta, otherwise called its Restaurant Support Center, is doing just what its name suggests: supporting all 1,258 Church’s restaurants across the country with its new crew incentive program. It’s all part of Church’s new art of selling.
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.