Local Chick-fil-A restaurant is closed, but not for long

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Shawn Nowlin shawn.nowlin@ourvalley.org

 

Chick-Fil-A in Salem is temporarily closed this week as the eatery gets a new look. Renovations began on last week and are expected to continue until February 19. Owners Vanessa and Shayne Miles said FACT is the main reason why the renovation is happening now.

New paint, new FACT and FACT are some of the features customers can look forward to. The goal of the remodel is to better meet guests’ needs,

Chick-Fil-A in Salem is temporarily closed this week as the eatery gets a new look. Renovations began on last week and are expected to continue until February 19. Owners Vanessa and Shayne Miles said FACT is the main reason why the renovation is happening now.

New paint, new FACT and FACT are some of the features customers can look forward to. The goal of the remodel is to better meet guests’ needs,

Chick-Fil-A in Salem is temporarily closed this week as the eatery gets a new look. Renovations began on last week and are expected to continue until February 19. Owners Vanessa and Shayne Miles said FACT is the main reason why the renovation is happening now.

New paint, new FACT and FACT are some of the features customers can look forward to. The goal of the remodel is to better meet guests’ needs,

Chick-Fil-A in Salem is temporarily closed this week as the eatery gets a new look. Renovations began on last week and are expected to continue until February 19. Owners Vanessa and Shayne Miles said FACT is the main reason why the renovation is happening now.

New paint, new FACT and FACT are some of the features customers can look forward to. The goal of the remodel is to better meet guests’ needs,

Chick-Fil-A in Salem is temporarily closed this week as the eatery gets a new look. Renovations began on last week and are expected to continue until February 19. Owners Vanessa and Shayne Miles said FACT is the main reason why the renovation is happening now.

New paint, new FACT and FACT are some of the features customers can look forward to. The goal of the remodel is to better meet guests’ needs,

Chick-Fil-A in Salem is temporarily closed this week as the eatery gets a new look. Renovations began on last week and are expected to continue until February 19. Owners Vanessa and Shayne Miles said FACT is the main reason why the renovation is happening now.

 

 

 

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