Industry News | December 1, 2015

Bojangles' Celebrates with Holiday Feast and Merchandise

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If you want to give the tailgating sports fans in your family something unique and imaginative this holiday season, share the joy of Bojangles’. Whether it’s a stocking stuffer, the perfect tailgating hoodie, or a satisfying Holiday Family Variety Feast, a gift from Bojangles’ can make a loyal fan’s holiday very special.

Traditionally during this special time of year, participating Bojangles’ restaurants offer the popular Holiday Family Variety Feast, consisting of eight pieces of specially seasoned, hand-breaded bone-in chicken, 12 boneless Chicken Supremes, or Homestyle Tenders, eight biscuits, a choice of three picnic sized fixin’s, and a half-gallon of Bojangles’ Legendary Iced Tea. The Holiday Family Variety Feast will feed eight to 10 hungry guests and makes planning a holiday meal so much easier.

It’s also a perfect time of year to visit the Bojangles’ online store to pick up a unique gift for that true Bojangles’ tailgating sports fan. Located at, while supplies last, the online store includes fan favorites like a Bojangles’ branded Corn Hole game, Patio Umbrella, and Captain’s Stadium folding chair. A one-of-a-kind gift for that Bojangles’ fan in the family will definitely make the season bright.

Also, don’t forget to visit participating restaurants to pick up the original Bojangles’ French Fry Seasoning and holiday gift cards.

“The holiday season and Bojangles’ go together for many of our loyal fans, especially when we begin promoting our convenient Holiday Family Variety Feast,” says Bojangles’ senior vice president of marketing Randy Poindexter.  “The Holiday Family Variety Feast is the perfect carry-along when visiting family, and it can definitely help make meal-time decisions a lot easier when unexpected holiday guests show up. And for that die-hard Bojangles’ fan in your family, visit our online store and get them something really special for the holidays this year.”

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