Chester’s Announces New “Get It Honey Stung” Chicken Menu Options
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Chester’s Announces New “Get It Honey Stung” Chicken Menu Options

Available For A Limited Time Only

July 25, 2017 // Franchising.com // Birmingham, AL - Hot Chicken is a top trend in 2017, and Chester’s is leading the charge. As a limited time offer to its ever-popular menu line up, Chester’s has taken its classic family recipe for chicken to the next level - by creating a partnership with The French’s Food Company. Any chicken or tender meal can now be tossed in Frank’s RedHot® Stingin’ Honey Garlic™ Sauce.

The new sauce option takes the taste of fan-favorite honey garlic and kicks it up a notch with spicy cayenne pepper. Now Chester’s fans have an easy, spicy flavorful new option to make summer even hotter.

Since launching the new menu item earlier this month, participating Chester’s locations nationwide have seen an enormous response to ‘Get it Honey Stung’ chicken.

“We’ve heard from our retailers that customers enjoy our famous chicken with new flavor options,” said Rankin Belkofer, Director of Sales. “We thought this emboldened honey garlic sauce would be a great addition to Chester’s chicken, and it is truly delicious!”

Chester’s ‘Get it Honey Stung’ sauce topper is available for a limited time only this summer at Love’s Travel Centers and other participating locations.

About Chester's

Chester's has been a leader of quick serve restaurant (QSR) concepts for more than 50 years. Chester's offers high quality, great tasting products, flexible locations, training and support. Chester's only uses fresh chicken that is specially marinated and double-breaded using a proprietary family recipe. Chester's menu includes bone-in, tenders and potato wedges as well as breakfast and home-style sides. For more information, visit Chester's at: www.chestersinternational.com.

Contact:

Sara Franklin, APR
(205) 410-0276
sara@thelollargroup.com

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