Chick-fil-A to open new Berry Farms location Feb. 19

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A new Chick-fil-A is coming to the Berry Farms community on Feb. 19. (Courtesy Chick-fil-A)

A new Chick-fil-A is coming to the Berry Farms community on Feb. 19. (Courtesy Chick-fil-A)

A new Chick-fil-A in the Berry Farms community will open Feb. 19 at 203 Lathram Lane, Franklin, near First Farmers and Merchants Bank. The operator of the Berry Farms location, Jeanne Hammontree, also operates the Chick-fil-A in South Franklin.



“I am looking forward to expanding my opportunity to care for and serve the Franklin community both inside and outside my restaurants,” Hammontree said in a release. “I am committed to influencing young lives and developing my 220 team members at both restaurants as together we serve crave-able food and provide a remarkable experience to our guests in a fast, friendly environment.”



Chick-fil-A will celebrate the opening of the Berry Farms location with a 12-hour campout beginning Feb. 18 at 5:30 p.m., where up to 100 participants will win free food from Chick-fil-A for a year.



The fast-food fried chicken eatery offers its signature sandwiches, nuggets, milkshakes, dipping sauces and waffle fries. This is the fourth location to open in the Franklin area.



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