Super Chix Opens Third Store in Utah

    Industry News | May 11, 2021

    Super Chix announced its third restaurant  in Utah opened today in St. George. The new restaurant is located at 158 North Red Cliffs Dr., St. George, UT – 435/673-3250.

    “On the heels of very strong openings for our  American Fork, UT and Spanish Fork, UT restaurants, we are excited to add a third Utah restaurant, this  one in the southern part of the state. We, along with the solid franchise development group for the Las  Vegas, NV and St. George, UT markets, are delighted to bring SUPER CHIX to a new city and region. The Red Cliffs Corner Shopping Center is the perfect place for the St. George, Utah SUPER CHIX thanks to its easy accessibility just off the St. George Blvd. exit on I-15 and its location in the prominent shopping area in St. George along Red Cliffs Dr.," says Darryl Neider, CEO of Super Chix. 

    "St. George is a wonderful and growing community in Utah, and it is the gateway to incredible State and National Parks and recreational areas in the region. With our new Super Chix restaurant, area residents, as well as travelers, have another great choice for a fast-casual lunch with  healthy options, and dinner guests will discover a new premium-quality eatery they can enjoy with family and friends. Congratulations to SUPER CHIX franchise developers Nate and Eric Houston and Easton Perkins and their team for an incredible opening,” Neider says.

    “St. George is our fourth SUPER CHIX restaurant to open already in 2021 and we also have 6 additional franchise locations with construction underway. The St. George restaurant is the latest to open this year  following Bozeman, MT; Idaho Falls, ID and Spanish Fork, UT. We are very pleased with the enthusiasm  of our many guests as we open new locations. We look forward to numerous additional restaurant  openings this year including in Utah, Nevada, Colorado, South Carolina, Mississippi, Georgia, Virginia, Tennessee, and Northern California. Up next: Reno, NV, San Jose, CA, Fort Mill, SC, and Henderson, NV,” says Neider. 

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