First 100 customers get a year supply of Chick-fil-A.
Rory Woodfaulk, a local Chick-fil-A franchise owner, will open Atlanta’s newest stand-alone location April 27, just a few miles from Greenbriar Mall where Founder S. Truett Cathy opened his first Chick-fil-A restaurant 50 years ago, according to a press release Monday.
The latest opening in Chick-fil-A’s hometown brings the opportunity for the community to donate children’s books to a local organization and the chance for 100 adults to win free Chick-fil-A meals for a year while packaging 10,000 meals for the hungry.
The celebrating will also include a family-friendly overnight party that will pop up at 3724 Cascade Rd. SW in the restaurant’s parking lot 24 hours before the grand opening as guests try to be one of the first 100 adults through the door to win a year of free Chick-fil-A meals.
This community event is open to guests residing in specific zip codes surrounding the restaurant (a list of eligible zip codes and rules can be found here.)
The 4,585-square-foot Cascade Road quick-service restaurant features a the "Heritage" design, a two-story indoor play area for children and free Wi-Fi, dual drive-thru ordering lanes and screens, and dining room that seats 110 with 16 additional outdoor patio seats.
The Cascade Road location is the second of three Chick-fil-A restaurants opening in metro-Atlanta this month, coming just two weeks after the opening at the Avalon development in Alpharetta April 13 and two weeks before the newly rebuilt restaurant at 2975 Cobb Parkway reopens for business.
Today, there are 139 locations within 50 miles of Atlanta. The Cascade Road restaurant is among 102 new locations opening this year across the country, creating nearly 9,000 new jobs.