Industry News | November 18, 2011

Bojangles’ Celebrates Opening in St. Cloud, Florida

7Bo of Central Florida celebrated the grand opening of its new Bojangles’ location at 4100 13thSt. in St. Cloud with a $25 gift card giveaway on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011. Bojangles’ presented the first 100 dine-in customers with the gift cards, beginning when doors opened at 5:30 a.m.

“The giveaway is a great way for us to welcome in our new neighbors, many of whom have expressed to us how excited they are to have us in town,” says Gregg Hill, President of 7Bo of Central Florida. “We’re equally as excited to be here and look forward to building long-lasting relationships in St. Cloud.”

Situated just off the intersection of Old Canoe Creek Road and 13th Street, across from Staples, the new Bojangles’ features drive-thru and in-store dining with breakfast served all day, including made-from-scratch proprietary menu items. Spanning 4,200 square feet, the new location carries on the Bojangles’ warm, friendly tradition in one of the brand’s most spacious restaurants in Central Florida.

“We are thrilled to be growing into St. Cloud and to offer a dining experience unlike any other in town,” Hill says. “In addition to serving Bojangles’ distinctive array of chicken dishes, fresh buttermilk biscuits, and fixin’s, our service standards will win over our guests from the moment they walk in the restaurant or visit our drive-thru.”

St. Cloud’s Bojangles’ can seat up to 92 guests. The interior and exterior design enhancements reflect Bojangles’ shift toward fast casual dining, blending quick service with a casual dining atmosphere. At the drive-thru, Bojangles’ routinely turns orders in less than a minute.

The new location in St. Cloud is 7Bo of Central Florida’sfifth Bojangles’ in the region, joining four others in Sanford, Oviedo, East Orlando, and Altamonte Springs, Florida.

Each of 7Bo of Central Florida Bojangles’ restaurants significantly contributes to the economic landscape through local business and construction developments while employing upwards of 50 full- and part-time staff members. Averaging three new restaurants a year, 7Bo of Central Florida projects to open more than 25 new locations throughout the region.


I was very excited and pleased with the food however the staff that works at the St, Cloud resturant really needs to be trained better in customer service. I never went back for my boberries that was not given to me with my orders after I was told by a "manager" that the rude lady who is his manager is normally very good and does not see her making mistakes or being rude. Ha then why is it that night they put my name on the list? the list of mistakes for customers to come back! wow get the act together!

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