Church’s Chicken is celebrating the grand re-opening of its Roma, Texas location. The global quick-service restaurant chain will be satisfying the area’s chicken enthusiasts with a fresh new look as they introduce the brand’s reimaged design throughout the restaurant. With festivities planned for Saturday, August 24, the new Roma Church’s Chicken is once again bringing the delicious taste of its original and spicy hand-battered fried chicken, Honey-Butter Biscuits, and signature sides to the community.

“We are thrilled to be re-opening this Roma restaurant so our fans can continue to enjoy the quality food and great values they have come to know and love,” says Pete Servold, executive vice president of U.S. Operations for Church’s Chicken. “The Church’s family is excited to bring a fresh, new look to this restaurant while continuing the tradition of providing delicious, down-home flavor to the community we are proud to serve.”

Guests will find that the restaurant bears attractive new design and décor elements, which include Church’s latest interior seating options, new exterior design, and color palettes, and contemporary lighting inside and out.

The grand re-opening of the Roma restaurant will be on Saturday, August 24 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at 207 Grant Street, across from the Bicentennial Plaza. Local radio station KGBT 98.5 FM will be on site for the celebration with music, fun, and giveaways, and other Church’s free food offers and promotional items will be raffled off, including a TV, tablets, and other cool swag. The public is invited to stop by for some delicious down-home flavor that only Church’s can deliver—food and fun for the whole family.

“Value and freshness are the cornerstones of our brand, even throughout the reimaging of other elements of our stores,” says Servold. “At Church’s, we ensure that our company restaurants keep these two things constant and continue to deliver great chicken experiences for every guest they serve.”

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