Church's Chicken announced the arrival of its newest boneless chicken category offering: Church’s Texas Tenders.
At this year’s annual Conversation Tour which wrapped up just late last week, Church’s Chicken shared encouraging news with its franchisee network.
Following substantial success in growing and expanding on an international level, Church’s Chicken has promoted Mitch Langston to Vice President of Franchise Development for the U.S.
The chicken brand is conducting remote visits, and getting more efficient than ever.
Originally established as Church’s Fried Chicken To Go, Church’s Chicken was built on the idea of convenience and accessibility for quality, value, and Texas-inspired flavor, which has become an even
Service Management Group, a global customer, patient and employee experience management partner to more than 500 brands, has announced a business extension with Church’s Chicken.
Taking care of franchisees and employees started on day one.
Just six months ago, Church’s Chicken turned in its best performance in 10 years for comparable same-store sales, and made 2020 the launch date for the brand’s five-year strategic plan.
The pandemic has been difficult for everyone, especially graduating high school seniors who were told they would have to miss milestone life events such as prom, end-of-year trips, championship games,
Church’s Chicken EVP of franchise and company operations, Pete Servold, penned the following letter: In every crisis there is something that can be learned.