Chick-fil-A aims to expand in Hawaii

One of the most popular and most desirable fast-food franchise, Chick-fil-A, is hoping to expand its franchising in the Aloha State. It has already begun its development in four locations in Hawaii. It is known for its cult-like following, faith-based culture and low franchise fees.

Hoping to expand its franchising in the Aloha State, the company has scheduled an exploratory gathering for interested investors and potential franchisees on February 16th 2022.

John Bryant, senior principal team leader of franchisee recruitment at Chick-fil-A, said the company is “excited about the opportunity to recruit more operators for Chick-fil-A restaurants that will open over the next few years in Hawaii,” KHON reported. Bryant goes on to say that the brand wants highly motivated candidates who are skilled team leaders and will exert a positive impact on the people and communities they serve.

Hawaii’s first Chick-fil-A will open on the island of Maui in mid-2022. Three Chick-fil-A’s on Oahu will open later in the year.

Source: FranchiseWire

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