The Chick-fil-A at 2985 Turner Hill Road in Stonecrest held a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 20 to showcase renovations the restaurant has made to enhance overall customer service.
Newly-elected officials of the city of Stonecrest and other community stakeholders helped perform the ribbon cutting ceremony. Miller Grove High School’s band performed during the morning celebration, which included free samples of food for customers and the Chick-fil-A cow greeting those in attendance.
“We are fulfilling a commitment to re-investment in the community,” said Sam West, who became owner and operator of the store on Oct. 1, 2016. “We stripped everything down to the walls and expanded the back of the store. We enhanced our technology so that we can better serve customers whether they are ordering inside the store or outside in our drive-through,” said West, adding the renovations took about five weeks to complete.
West said the celebration was especially significant because the Chick-fil-A location is the 1,000th store in the chain’s history.