Atlanta, GA (RestaurantNews.com) Church’s Chicken, the quick service restaurant chain, welcomed a new type of customer to its drive-thru window in Katy, Texas. The Church’s Chicken restaurant team and lunch time customers were caught by surprise but very pleased to see a group of cowgirls with their “ride” lined up to order at Church’s. The scene brought to mind a whole new meaning to the term drive-thru. More than fifteen cowgirls waited patiently on their horses to reach the window and place their order. Only in Texas would you see the drive-thru at Church’s Chicken become a ride-thru!
“Hold your horses,” said Church’s drive-thru order taker. ” We’ll be with you in a minute!”
About Church’s Chicken
Founded in San Antonio, TX in 1952, Church’s Chicken® is a highly recognized brand name in the Quick Service Restaurant sector and is one of the largest quick service chicken concepts in the world. Church’s serves up a rich tradition of gracious Southern hospitality and freshly prepared, high quality, authentic home-style fare, to help people provide affordable, complete meals for their families. Church’s menu includes flavorful chicken both Original and Spicy and Tender Strips® and sandwiches with classic sides and hand-made from scratch biscuits. The Church’s system consists of more than 1700 locations in 25 countries and system-wide sales of more than $1 billion. For more information on Church’s Chicken, visit www.churchs.com.