Pitt Stop Opens Second Chester's Restaurant
Published in CSP Daily News
Ballentine, S.C., location co-branded with Burger King, Subway
BALLENTINE, S.C. -- Chester's International LLC has announced the opening of a Chester's restaurant inside Pitt Stop in Ballentine, S.C. Located near downtown Columbia, this is the second Chester's Bob Brandi Stations Inc. has opened in one of its Pitt Stop Convenience store locations.
Co-branded with Burger King and Subway, this Chester's location is open for lunch and dinner. Customers can purchase great tasting fried chicken all day long. Pitt Stop is serving Chester's bone-in chicken and boneless wings, as well as classic side dishes such as its signature potato wedges, buttermilk biscuits, fried corn and baked beans.
"We at Bob Brandi Stations Inc. and Pitt Stop are excited about the latest addition to our restaurant group. We now offer three great dining choices--Chester's, Burger King and Subway," said Joe Macri, director of operations for Bob Brandi Stations, Lexington, S.C.
"Chester's couldn't ask for a better partner. I see great things in the future with Bob Brandi Stations, Inc.," said Jeff Leonard, franchise business consultant with Chester's International.
Birmingham, Ala.-based Chester's is a leader of quick-serve restaurant (QSR) concepts with more than 2,000 Chester Fried licensed and Chester's franchised locations. Chester's offers flexible size and store layout options, training and support. It uses only fresh chicken that is specially marinated and double-breaded using a proprietary family recipe and offers bone-in, tenders and potato wedges as well as sandwiches, wraps, salads, breakfast and sides.