ATLANTA -- Since launching delivery nearly one year ago, fans of Church's Chicken have been enjoying the brand's famous hand-battered fried chicken, homestyle sides, and Honey-Butter Biscuits anywhere and everywhere they can. The secret to Church's success has been its partnerships with third-party delivery services like Uber Eats.
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To celebrate what the partnership has made possible thus far, the two brands are coming together for five full days to offer Church's delivery fans six free Honey-Butter Biscuits with any Church's delivery purchase of $15 or more when they add the promotional code FREEBISCUITS at checkout. The promotion starts on Wednesday, May 22nd and ends Sunday, May 26th – while supplies last – at participating restaurants where Uber Eats delivery is available. More details can be found in the Uber Eats app and on Churchs.com.
"Partners like Uber Eats are the main reason we've been able to bring delivery online so quickly in so many places across the country," says Alan Magee, Vice President of Digital Marketing and Technology for Church's. "This free biscuits offer is a bonus for everyone who already enjoys Church's delivery and a delicious reason for new delivery guests to give Uber Eats and Church's a try."
Long considered one of Church's most popular menu items, Honey-Butter Biscuits are scratch made in restaurants daily and baked in small batches so they're always hot and fluffy out of the oven before being drizzled with honey butter, for a sweet, satisfying taste that's as down-home as it gets.
"There's only one thing that can top our famous hand-battered fried chicken," adds Magee, "and that's getting our fan-favorite Honey-Butter Biscuits for free and delivered straight to your door. That's all possible thanks to Uber Eats and our Church's restaurants across the country working together to give our guests more of the food they love."
SOURCE Church's Chicken
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