Jack's Opens Its 2nd "Store Of The Future" In Chickamauga

Saturday, December 29, 2018

When Jack’s Family Restaurant opens in Chickamauga at 5 p.m. on Saturday, the goal is simple: southern hospitality in an inviting, modern setting. Chickamauga will be the home of Jack’s 160th local restaurant and only the second “Store of the Future” in the entire franchise.

The new store is at 12622 North Highway 27, Chickamauga, Ga. 30707.

The store will welcome the community by celebrating “Five Days of Jack’s,” which features a different giveaway each day for customers making a purchase (while supplies last).

? 12/29/18 - Free Breakfast for a Month (first 50 customers only). The first night will also feature a $500 giveaway. Customers can enter at the store and must be present to win.
? 12/30/18 - Day Two - Free Pie Coupon.
? 12/31/18 - Day Three - Free Butter Biscuit Coupon.
? 1/1/19 - Day Four - Free Single Scoop Ice Cream Coupon.
? 1/2/19 - Day Five - Free Cheeseburger Coupon.

Jack’s “Store of the Future” design features a wrapped porch with outdoor seating, large round dining tables inside, an old-fashioned ice cream counter, and a spotlight on the restaurant’s biscuit maker. The Chickamauga store is the second store Jack’s has built with the new store design, the first one being in Etowah County’s Southside. Jack’s worked with San Francisco brand strategy and retail design firm Tesser to develop the new design after evaluating customer feedback regarding what they most enjoyed about their Jack's dining experiences.

Vice President of Marketing Jake Taylor said, “The new design highlights the role of Jack’s as more than a restaurant – we’re an important meeting place for Southern communities, from Little League parties to Sunday night gatherings. We want our restaurant to reflect the community we are in.”

Mr. Taylor adds that the company looks forward to each new grand opening: “Every time we open a store, we like to let folks know how excited we are to be a part of their community. This will be our sixth store in Northwest Georgia, and we look forward to continuing to grow and serve communities in this region. Our mission at Jack’s is to serve quality handmade food and Southern hospitality, every day. That’s something that should fit right in to Chickamauga.”


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