No Food Trucks For Chick-Fil-A, Despite D.C. Franchisee Move

April 2, 2012 by Cris | 0 Comments

Atlanta Journal Constitution:

Chick-fil-A’s first food truck is expected to roll out in Washington, D.C., next month, but don’t expect to see a duplicate move in Atlanta any time soon.

A spokesman for the company, which is based here, said the truck in D.C. is the idea of a lone Chick-fil-A franchisee and not a broadening of the fast-food giant’s operating model. Chick-fil-A officials are meeting with the franchisee this week to make sure the truck meets the company’s standards.

“That is not a strategy that we are following at this time,” spokesman Mark Baldwin said of the food truck.

CNBC reported Wednesday that the franchisee was planning the food truck for D.C., which has only one Chick-fil-A store.

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