The US-based fast-casual restaurant chain Chicken Salad Chick has announced plans to open four company-owned restaurants in Indianapolis, the capital of the US state of Indiana.
Four locations in Michigan, Fishers, Glendale and Greenwood will open later this year to expand the company’s presence in the state. The chain of restaurants already has a location in Indiana in Jeffersonville, which opened last June.
The Michigan Restaurant is located in the Pyramid Place Shopping Center. It will be the first to open its doors and is expected to start operating on March 9th.
Scott Deviney, President and CEO of Chicken Salad Chick, said, “Our team is always on the lookout for vibrant communities linked to the Chicken Salad Chick experience and our mission – to spread joy, enrich lives and benefit others to serve.
“We have had our eyes on Indianapolis for a while and are excited to bring a dose of our southern hospitality and fan-favorite chicken salad to a number of new communities. The opening of not one but four branches in one year is a real example of our commitment to the market. “
The company will also hire more than 200 local employees at the four locations.
Terry McKee, Chicken Salad Chick’s Chief Development Officer, said, “We have explored the greater Indianapolis area for several years and are pleased that our local research and real estate efforts have culminated in this announcement.”
Founded in 2008, the company specializes in serving a range of flavored chicken salads. The fast-casual restaurant chain currently has 175 locations in 17 states.
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