It's official Chick-fil-A is making a come back to Washington state. They are starting on the outskirts of Seattle at three locations in Bellevue, Lynnwood, and Tacoma. The brand is banking on drive-through sales, which account for 60% of store sales.
The chain has sourced food from Washington for a long time. The company will be continuing to source from more local suppliers. Why do you think it took so long to expand to this area? Will this chain be successful here? Drive-throughs are not effective in the city, so will a Seattle location ever be in brand's plan for expansion? 100 new outlets are expected to open nationwide in 2015. Read More