Regular guests of the Valdosta mall Chick-fil-A location can switch to the one at 1100 St. Augustine Road from across the Valdosta Mall.
While some fans of Chick-fil-A will be excited about the opening of their favorite restaurant in their town or city, some of the regular guests of the American favorite restaurant located at the Valdosta Mall might be wearing long faces as their favorite restaurant shuts down for business.
The Chick-fil-A store at the Valdosta Mall is scheduled to close on Dec, 31. 2023. The store is calling it a day after four decades of serving delicious meals to its numerous customers. Chick-fil-A happens to be one of the Mall’s opening-day retailers in 1983.
The chick-fil-A closure is among stores that are also shutting their doors for business in the Valdosta Mall. Bed, Bath and Beyond put up “store closing” signs at its mall site in early December, while Kay Jewelers moved from the Valdosta Mall to a new location nearby last July.
Interestingly, while chick-fil-A leaves the Valdosta mall, the mall welcomes new stores including two new eateries, Fin and Feathers and Bossa Novas.
Meanwhile, the other Chick-fil-A locations in Lowndes County remain open for business. Guests that hitherto frequented the Valdosta mall store location can easily switch to the one at 1100 St. Augustine Road, across from the Valdosta Mall. Another Chick-fil-A Express is located at the Valdosta State University’s Student Union building. There’s also a store in Lake Park. The one at 3147 Inner Perimeter Road is temporarily closed for remodeling.
Chick-fil-A has been in the restaurant business since 1946. Founded in Hapeville, Georgia by Truett Cathy. The U.S. largest restaurant chain which specializes in chicken sandwiches has maintained its position as America’s favorite restaurant for eight years in a row according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI). Chick-fil-A operates 2,897 restaurants across the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and Canada.
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