Raising Cane's offers a selection of chicken fingers and chicken sandwiches as well tailgate options that include as many as 100 chicken fingers. (Courtesy Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers)
Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers is planning to open a new location in December at 140 Airtex Drive, Houston, officials announced in an Aug. 23 news release.
The new location is one of three the chicken finger concept is planning to open in the Greater Houston area by the end of the year, bringing its local footprint to 49 restaurants. According to the release, the three new restaurants will create more than 375 jobs ranging from hourly crew members to management level.
"Houstonians have a long history of being proud Caniacs, and we are so excited to grow our presence in the community with three new restaurants," Regional Leader of Restaurants Ryan Pruitt said in a statement. "We can't wait to continue serving our customers the food they know and love—our one love—and we are even more excited about the 375 crew members that are about to start their journey with Cane's."
Raising Cane's offers a menu of 100% premium white meat chicken tenders, crinkle-cut fries, coleslaw, Texas toast and its signature Cane's sauce as well as fresh-brewed sweet tea and fresh-squeezed lemonade. According to the release, candidates who are interested in interviewing for any of the positions at the three new Greater Houston-area restaurants can apply by texting RCJOBS to 97211 or by clicking here. www.raisingcanes.com
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