Huey Magoo’s Chicken Tenders Announces New Franchises In Chattanooga, Cleveland And Other Cities Across The Southeast

Monday, September 14, 2020

Both Chattanooga and Cleveland are among cities across the southeast that will be seeing new franchises of the chicken tenders brand, Huey Magoo’s.

Huey Magoo President and CEO Andy Howard announced Monday the company will be opening franchises across the southeast in Tennessee, South Carolina and Georgia.

Huey Magoo’s will open five new restaurants in Tennessee, including cities Chattanooga, Cleveland and Charleston, eight new restaurants in South Carolina, including cities Charleston, Mount Pleasant and Columbia and five new restaurants in Georgia, including cities Milledgeville, Statesboro, Centerville and Warner Robins. 

The brand also annuonces several grand openings company-wide slated for the remainder of this year in Florida cities Coral Springs and Lady Lake, Valdosta, Georgia and McComb, Mississippi, plus new restaurant leases signed in Florida cities Spring Hill and Odessa and Georgia cities Milledgeville and Flowery Branch, by its family of new and existing franchisees.  
 
"Magoo’s expansion comes on the heels of the brand safely reopening doors for dine-in service at select restaurants in accordance with local and state guidelines," officials said. "To ensure all guests’ comfort and confidence in enjoying a tasty meal in each of the restaurant locations, Huey Magoo’s has implemented numerous health, safety and sanitization protocols." (Check www.hueymagoos.com for updates on all restaurants’ dining room openings.) 
 
“In these challenging times, we feel incredibly fortunate that Huey Magoo’s is in fact thriving with positive comp store sales, 120 franchises sold, more leases signed and restaurant openings set,” says Mr. Howard.  “This is a true testament to the phenomenal brand, our amazing high-quality product, ease of operations and excellent team of operators.  As we further grow our footprint across the Southeast, our promise to everyone is that we will do everything we can to keep your family and ours safe and healthy while enjoying America’s best chicken tenders.  We look ahead with much anticipation and excitement for Huey Magoo’s continued expansion.”
 
Huey Magoo’s offers dine-in/out, take out, delivery through third-party delivery services, drive-thru and curbside pickup (at participating restaurants). 

"All guests will enjoy Huey Magoo’s signature grilled, hand-breaded or “sauced” premium chicken tenders, farm fresh salads, sandwiches and wraps," officials said.  "Each Huey Magoo’s tender is always made fresh, all natural, with no antibiotics ever, no hormones, no steroids and no preservatives."


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