Jack’s Family Restaurants To Open Newest Tennessee Location In Collegedale On Sept. 6

Tuesday, August 16, 2022
Jack’s Family Restaurants, a Quick Service Restaurant network headquartered in Birmingham and boasting more than 220 locations across Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and Mississippi, announced Tuesday its newest location will be in Collegedale. The opening date was originally announced as Sept. 1, but has been changed to Sept. 6.
 
Under construction since January of this year, the newest Jack’s marks the restaurant network’s 19th Tennessee location. 
 
“All of us at Jack’s are very excited to bring another location to Tennessee, and we look forward to serving customers with quality southern food and community support for years to come,” said Jack’s Family Restaurants CEO Todd Bartmess.  

The Collegedale Jack’s located on Apison Pike Road will feature an open-style dining room equipped with a large seating area for dine-in customers and will integrate the brand’s new Jack’s Southern Charm design, allowing guests to watch their biscuits being made from scratch through a large window.
Large porch seating areas, equipped with rocking chairs, as well as a drive-thru will also highlight the location.  
 
To commemorate the opening of the Collegedale location, Jack’s will provide product giveaways and a show of community commitment and support. On opening day, the first 50 guests to make a purchase will receive free Jack’s breakfast for one month. Additionally, Jack’s will offer 12 weeks of online-exclusive giveaways, prizes and promotions accessible by downloading the Jack’s app.
 
"Additionally, we will be looking for partnerships to work with and help the Collegedale community," officials said.
 
“We are not just about providing quality, southern food to our communities. We are also adamant about supporting those communities themselves. That commitment is woven into our company’s DNA and is a strong driver in our overall success,” added Mr. Bartmess. 
 
Ambitious and passionate jobseekers interested in becoming part or full-time team members are encouraged to apply for a number of available positions, including manager. Jack’s offers perks, including health and dental insurance, flexible hours and weekly pay. To apply or for more information, visit eatatjacks.com.

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