Bojangles’ Reopens Sumter Location
Sumter, S.C. - Aug. 30, 2011—Today Bojangles’ reopened its restaurant in Sumter at 1038 Broad St. Bojangles’ fans can now return to this location and enjoy the restaurant’s distinctive flavors and menu items. Bojangles’ world-famous chicken, buttermilk biscuits and Legendary Iced Tea™ will now be available at two Sumter locations.
“We’re proud to have been part of the Sumter community for 29 years,” said Bojangles’ President and CEO Randy Kibler. “The Bojangles’ team looks forward to reopening our doors at this location and bringing a fresh and updated dining experience to our loyal customers.”
Elements of the improved Sumter restaurant include a new logo and LED exterior signage, updated interior design as well as energy-efficient details, including florescent lighting and environmentally-friendly HVAC systems. In addition to the company’s green efforts, the location will feature a more modern, spacious interior decorated with warm colors.
The remodeled Bojangles’ on Broad Street will continue to serve all menu items made fresh throughout the day, seven days a week. The restaurant will offer southern classics with Bojangles’ one-of-a kind flavors, including its hand-breaded chicken, made-from-scratch biscuits and biscuit sandwiches, flavorful fixin’s and Legendary Iced Tea™ steeped the old-fashioned way. In addition to individual orders, Bojangles’ also prepares family-sized meals, including the 8-piece Tailgate Special with eight pieces of world famous chicken, four fresh, buttermilk biscuits, choice of two large fixin’s, such as Bojangles’ Cajun Pintos®, Bojangles’ Dirty Rice®, mac n’ cheese, green beans and Seasoned Fries™ and a half gallon of Legendary Iced Tea™.
Along with serving one-of-a-kind flavor, Bojangles’ is also committed to serving children and teachers across South Carolina as a leading sponsor of the Teacher of the Year program and founding sponsor
of Teacher Appreciation Month. In the past two years Bojangles’ has raised $20,000 to support education initiatives across the state and has donated more than 4,600 books to District Teachers of the Year’s schools.
- Elizabeth Baker