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Chick-fil-A seeking Green Bay owner/operator

GREEN BAY – Chick-fil-A is expanding in Wisconsin and wants to move into the Green Bay area.

The company is actively seeking individuals with a passion for service to apply to be a franchise owner/operator.

Chick-fil-A will be hosting an informational webinar on Tuesday, Feb. 18, to share details about the franchise opportunity and to connect with qualified candidates.

This is a closed webinar that requires pre-registration.

Interested applicants are encouraged to visit this website to pre-register for the upcoming webinar.

“We are excited to connect with candidates in the Green Bay area and share more about what makes the Chick-fil-A franchise opportunity so unique,” said John Bryant, Sr., principal team leader, Franchisee Recruitment. “We encourage local residents who are strong leaders, have proven track records in business and are passionate about positively impacting their community to join us for this webinar.”

Chick-fil-A Operators come from a variety of career backgrounds and are entrepreneurs who live and work in the communities they serve.

Owner/operators live and work in the community in which their restaurants serve and are highly involved in the day-to-day operations, as most only oversee one location.

Bryant said creating a strong and valuable workplace experience for team members is important to Chick-fil-A franchise owner/operators, offering opportunities for leadership development, promotions that lead to management roles, competitive wages and respect for work-life balance.

Chick-fil-A provides leadership and scholarship opportunities for restaurant team members.

The company has awarded more than $75 million in scholarships over the years to 53,000 team members.

Bryant said being a Chick-fil-A operator is about more than serving chicken, it’s about having a positive impact in the local community.

“That’s why, around the country, restaurant operators find creative ways to serve,” he said.

In some communities, that includes military appreciation events or fundraisers for local schools; in others, that means inviting guests for family events like Daddy Daughter Date Night or Stuffed Animal Sleepover.

Bryant said operators are always on the lookout for ways to help their communities.

More information about the Chick-fil-A franchisee opportunity and the company can be found here.

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