Big Sandwich, Big Taste and Even Bigger Value
Church’s Big Tex Tender Sandwich, a sandwich with a taste as big as Texas, makes its debut on the QSR chain’s menu at participating Church’s Chicken restaurants.
Church’s Big Tex Tender Sandwich starts with one of the brand’s most popular menu items – its Tender Strips. Church’s Tender Strips are freshly prepared, hand-battered and breaded, 100% breast meat. Two crunchy, juicy chicken tenders are served on two buttery slices of Texas Toast and topped with fresh lettuce, pickles and mayonnaise. The Big Tex Tender Sandwich is available at participating restaurants for only $2.49 and $3.99 with a small drink and fries.
“Our customers are always looking for new options for lunch and dinner,” said Joel Bulger, SVP of Marketing for Church’s. “The Big Tex Tender Sandwich satisfies anyone with a hunger for a big meal wrapped up in a sandwich. Our loyal customers love our Tender Strips and the convenience of hand-held products. Church’s new Big Tex sandwich delivers on both.”
The Big Tex Tender Sandwich is available now through November 25, 2012.
Founded in San Antonio, TX in 1952, Church’s Chicken is a highly recognized brand name in the Quick Service Restaurant sector and is one of the largest quick service chicken concepts in the world. Church’s serves up a rich tradition of gracious Southern hospitality and freshly prepared, high quality, authentic Southern style fare, to help people provide affordable, complete meals for their families. Church’s menu includes flavorful chicken both Original and Spicy, Tender Strips and Southern Style Chicken sandwiches with classic sides and hand-made from scratch biscuits. The Church’s system consists of more than 1700 locations in 22 countries and system-wide sales of $1.2 billion. For more information on Church’s Chicken, visit www.churchs.com
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