Church’s Chicken, the global brand that began serving hot fried chicken in 1952 celebrated its 65th Anniversary in 2017. Today, March 12, 2018, the brand celebrates 12 years in Guyana. The local franchisee will celebrate this milestone across its 15 locations with festivities, special promotions, a spotlight on its outstanding and long-serving team members, its community based restaurants and its food, which have all contributed to its 12 years of success in Guyana.
A key component to the anniversary celebrations includes the launch of the “Real Big Deal Promotion” – more choices, more flavour! Guests can choose two pcs of Mixed Chicken (Spicy or Original) or three pcs of Tender Strips; any TWO sides, corn nuggets and a FREE 16oz drink for ONLY $1,200. The launch of this promotion commences at 12 NOON today, with an anniversary cake sharing at each Church’s Chicken® restaurant across the country. A LIVE radio broadcast on HJ 94.1 BOOM FM will be held at its flagship restaurant at Camp and Middle Streets also. The first 12 customers in the flagship restaurant at the launch will receive FREE “Real Big Deals”. During the remainder of the month of March, each restaurant will continue the celebrations with community service. Church’s Chicken Guyana is a network of neighbourhood restaurants that are genuinely connected to the unique communities in which they serve.
This anniversary the company is dedicated to giving back to the communities in meaningful ways.
Church’s Chicken is known globally for its signature fresh, warm, hand-battered fried chicken and honey buttered biscuits, but equally important, it is known for offering great chicken experiences that guests love and a spirit of connection with communities and the people within them. The March celebrations are geared at helping the company to express how deeply it cares.
Church’s has been community – service – minded throughout its history and this has been no different in Guyana. As such the company is inviting all of Guyana to celebrate its milestone achievement as it continues to serve the nation.