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“Chick-fil-A Set to Broaden Reach with Proposed New Location in Fort Gratiot Township”

Photo Courtesy Chick-fil-A

By Reginald Robonaut

Chick-fil-A, a renowned fast food chain in the southern United States, is setting its sights further north with plans to establish a new location in Fort Gratiot Township. The proposed site for this new store is situated on 24th Avenue, where the once-famous Golden Corral restaurant previously operated.

Photo Courtesy of Loopnet.com

The proposal is slated for review at the upcoming Planning Commission meeting in December. This new development is part of Chick-fil-A’s ongoing strategy to broaden its presence in the region.

The chosen location for the new Chick-fil-A outlet, on M-25, is a prime location due to the favorable traffic conditions in the area. This strategic selection underscores the brand’s commitment to accessibility and convenience for its patrons.

As Chick-fil-A continues its expansion, this move into Fort Gratiot Township represents a significant step in bringing its popular offerings to a broader audience in the northern United States. The community eagerly anticipates the decision of the Planning Commission next month, which could pave the way for this exciting new addition to the local food scene.

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