TEXAS PETE Tender Strips Are Back for a Limited Time
Who says a delicious holiday-season meal has to be traditional? Certainly not Church’s Chicken, who announced that it has brought back its zesty TEXAS PETE Tender Strips to select locations from now until the end of the year. Made with Church’s freshly hand-battered, all-white-meat Tender Strips that are dusted with a kick of spicy TEXAS PETE seasoning, the popular menu special has already made it onto many guests’ holiday wish lists.
“TEXAS PETE Tender Strips are a gift to spicy fried chicken lovers like me,” said David Kolb, a long-time guest and Church’s Chicken fan from St. Louis. “When I heard they were coming back for the holidays it made my day!”
Jennifer Chasteen, Senior Director of Brand and Product Strategy at Church’s says Kolb’s response is actually quite common. “There was a lot of positive feedback for TEXAS PETE Tender Strips when we first launched them last year. So, we’re expecting an even bigger reaction this time around, especially by guests who can’t get enough of that flavorful heat.”
Church’s TEXAS PETE Tender Strips deliver a tangy, three-pepper heat in perfect combination with the juicy, natural flavor of its premium white-meat chicken and crispy hand-battered exterior. Guests may order TEXAS PETE Tender Strips as part of a $4 Big Box, at participating locations, while supplies last. The $4 Big Box includes three TEXAS PETE Tender Strips, small mashed potatoes and coleslaw, plus a signature honey-butter biscuit, for just $4.
“Whether it’s an escape from colder weather, or something to ‘kick up’ your taste buds this holiday season, TEXAS PETE Tender Strips are a ‘hot’ item that is sure to please,” said Chasteen.
Founded in San Antonio, TX in 1952 by George W. Church, Church’s Chicken is one of the largest quick service restaurant chicken chains in the world. Church’s specializes in Original and Spicy Chicken freshly prepared throughout the day in small batches that are hand-battered and double-breaded, Tender Strips, sandwiches, honey-butter biscuits made from scratch and freshly baked, and classic, home-style sides all for a great value. Church’s (along with its sister brand Texas Chicken outside the Americas) has more than 1,650 locations in 25 countries and international territories and system-wide sales of more than $1 billion. For more information, visit www.churchs.com. Follow Church’s on Facebook at www.facebook.com/churchschicken and Twitter at www.twitter.com/churchschicken.