Bojangles' Opens Dalton Store

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Bojangles’ will open its newest restaurant in Dalton on Tuesday, on 884 College Dr., less than a mile from Dalton State College. 

On opening day, customers arriving at the store at 4 a.m. will be greeted with free Bojangles’ BoJo coffee. 

The festivities will continue when doors open at 5 a.m., with product and coupon giveaways planned throughout the day. On opening day, customers are also invited to enter to win Bojangles’ breakfast for a year – one Bojangles’ breakfast combo every week for 52 weeks. 

Other opening day offers include: a $50 Bojangles’ gift card for the first 50 customers on opening day; free 16 oz. iced tea with any purchase from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; free kids’ meal (for kids 12-and-under) with any purchase from 2-5 p.m.; and a coupon for a free ham, steak or sausage biscuit from 5-10 p.m. 

And, as part of a preopening giveaway, Dalton residents can visit the drive-thru for a 22-ounce iced tea on Saturday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. 

“We are thrilled to open a new Bojangles’ restaurant in Dalton,” said Dion Firooznia, regional vice president for Bojangles’. “We look forward to providing local residents with our popular, freshly-made menu items and friendly service for many years to come. Additionally, we’re excited to be a great partner in the local community.” 

Bojangles’ commitment to the community includes their new relationship with Dalton State College which includes a sponsorship at Mashburn Arena, home of the Roadrunners’ basketball team.  

The company-owned restaurant is estimated to have 30-35 team members, and is Bojangles’ second location in Dalton. The restaurant measures approximately 3,800 square feet with seating for more than 70 guests. All menu items will be served, including Bojangles’ famous breakfast, from 5 a.m.-10 p.m., Monday-Saturday and 6 a.m.-10 p.m. on Sunday. 

For more information about Bojangles’, please visit

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