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Second Chicken Salad Chick to open in Montgomery

SOURCE: ChickenSaladChick.com SOURCE: ChickenSaladChick.com
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

The owners of Chicken Salad Chick say they will be opening a second Montgomery location. They are announcing the new location will be located in the Sturbridge Village Community.

Current owners Justin and Cassie Boyd of JustCass LC wanted to bring an additional restaurant to Montgomery after the success of their first opening there in October of 2012.

"This is a very exciting time for our family and business as we look forward to continue serving the Montgomery community," said owner Justin Boyd. "We hope that our passion for providing southern hospitality and palate pleasing food is evident to all who walk through our doors."

The second location is planned to be open around April 15 of 2014.

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