Chick-fil-A will open its newest Arlington restaurant on January 10th, bringing its handcrafted food and award-winning customer service, commitment to community engagement and hands-on mentoring for nearly 85 newly hired Team Members.
Local franchise owner Tiffany Hassler is inviting residents to join in the opening festivities at her new restaurant at 4901 West Sublett Rd. by participating in a community celebration that has been a 15-year Chick-fil-A tradition. Chick-fil-A’s First 100 events have given away almost $39 million through year end 2018.
The new Arlington restaurant is part of a record week of openings for Chick-fil-A with the chain opening eight additional franchise locations around the country as well as re-opening an Austin restaurant that was torn down and rebuilt with the chain’s newest innovations.
First 100 Road Trip and children’s book drive
The Road Trip on Jan. 9 will provide an impactful experience on many levels for up to 100 adult participants who will be transported on chartered buses for a daylong interactive and service field trip. The event fulfills Hassler’s passion to make a difference in the Arlington community even before she opens the doors.
– Up to 100 adults will win a digital offer card with a year of free Chick-fil-A meals (52 meals with each consisting of a Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwich, medium Waffle Potato Fries and a medium beverage).
– Registration begins at the restaurant at 6 a.m. on Jan. 9th and will continue until 9 a.m. or when 100 people are registered, whichever comes first. The event will last through approximately 5 p.m. on Jan. 9.
-The community event is open to guests living near the restaurant with a list of eligible zip codes and complete rules found at https://thechickenwire.chick-fil-a.com/News/Future-Openings.
The celebration also includes a children’s book drive benefiting a local youth organization reflecting Hassler’s desire to positively impact and support in the community. Since 2014, Chick-fil-A has donated nearly 70,000 books to 341 local organizations in 45 states and Washington, D.C.