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    Otter's Chicken Named Top 25 Small Business

  • Industry News April 21, 2014

    Otter's Chicken, a family-friendly, fast-casual restaurant is proud to announce that is has been named one of Cobb's Top 25 Small Businesses of the Year by the Cobb Chamber of Commerce and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.


    Businesses were nominated earlier this year, and after a review by an independent panel of judges, Otter's Chicken was selected as one of the Top 25 companies. Candidates were evaluated based on the criteria published by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Those criteria include staying power, growth in number of employees, increase in sales or unit volume, current and past financial standing, innovative products and services, response to adversity, evidence of contributions to aid community projects, and overall management philosophy.


    Otter's Chicken is a family-friendly, sports-themed restaurant specializing in freshly prepared (not frozen) chicken tenders served in a variety of ways. Otter's offers chicken tender meals, chicken wraps, chicken sandwiches, salads, and other chicken menu options including tailgate meals for large parties. Otter's is known for its fun and casual environment and has a strong focus on local schools, their sports programs, bands, and other ancillary organizations.


    Owner Will Peterson says, “We were absolutely thrilled to get the news that we had been selected as on of Cobb's Top 25 Small Business of the Year. It is a true honor, and we are very appreciated of the Cobb Chamber and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution for their efforts in promoting this award.”


    The Cobb Chamber of Commerce represents Cobb County's diverse, dynamic business community. The Cobb Chamber is a member-supported business organization working to maintain a healthy economy by bringing business and industry to the area, helping established firms grow and building the community through outreach and service. The Top 25 will be recognized at the Cobb Chamber's First Monday Breakfast on June 2 at the Galleria.

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