Sixth Consecutive Year of Same Store Sales Puts Chicken Chain in Unique Position to Issue Call to Action to Industry and beyond to Put Away Gimmicks and Get Down to the Business of "Community" (BUSINESS WIRE)--Church's Chicken:
Harsha V. Agadi, President & CEO of Church's Chicken
11 a.m. EST, Tuesday, April 28, 2009
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How does a company achieve six consecutive years of same store sales when the economy has been on a consistent spiral downward? According to Harsha V. Agadi, good strategy, good team, good value and good in the community is the formula for success. One of only three QSR chains with marked success in this environment, Harsha V. Agadi, CEO of Church's Chicken has something to say. While others are resorting to fleeting tactics, Agadi's strategy to successful growth is all about staying consistent and true to the core values that have made the brand successful over time offering a great product at a good value and staying true to the community by creating jobs and entrepreneurial opportunities, and most importantly, by giving back in meaningful ways. On the call, Agadi will
Founded in San Antonio, Texas, in 1952, Church's Chicken® is a highly recognized brand name in the QSR sector and is one of the largest quick-service chicken concepts in the world. Church's Chicken® serves freshly prepared, high quality, flavorful chicken and tenders with signature sides and hand-made from scratch biscuits at low prices and differentiates from its competitors in care and attention given in preparation of food, and is positioned as the Value Leader in the Chicken QSR category. As of March 2009, the Church's system consisted of more than 1,600 locations worldwide in 21 countries, with system sales approaching $1.2 billion.