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Overview

Location:
Fayetteville,
Total Funding:N/A
Industry:Restaurants
Founded:2003
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Slim Chickens's estimated annual revenue is currently $102.6M per year.
  • Slim Chickens's estimated revenue per employee is $175,000

Employee Data

  • Slim Chickens has 586 Employees.
  • Slim Chickens grew their employee count by 24% last year.
  • Slim Chickens currently has 50 job openings.

Our roots run deep in the Delta where the food is honest, meals are social, and the door is always open. We started with a mission to bring a dose of that southern hospitality to a fast, casual settingᅢᄁ¬ツᆲ¬タンserving Fresh Delicious Chickenᅢツᅡᆴ to the communities we serve. Our startup story is pretty simple. It all started with a craving for a quick, quality mealᅢᄁ¬ツᆲ¬タン fresh chicken cooked to order. The founders, Greg Smart and Tom Gordon, discovered there was a niche to fill and rallied where lots of great startups begin, from their garage! Tireless testing and a laser-focused vision launched the first Slim Chickens restaurant in Fayetteville, Arkansas, 2003. Now over 15 years and tens of thousands of happy customers later, we know that thereᅢᄁ¬ツᆲ¬トᄁs something special about our hand-breaded chicken tenders, fresh hot chicken sandwiches, made-to-order wings and our house-made dipping sauces that keep our loyal fans coming backᅢᄁ¬ツᆲᅡᆭover and over again. Our service model sets us apart from quick service restaurants. Whether youᅢᄁ¬ツᆲ¬トᄁre dining in, driving through, or carrying out, our people will greet you with a warm smile and a desire to please. When dining in, we bring your food to your table and provide you with that extra touch of hospitality. We strive to return that enthusiasm by giving back to the communities we serveᅢᄁ¬ツᆲ¬タンhelping local non-profits with fundraisers, donating food to community events, and doing everything we can to improve the lives of people in the communities where we live and work.

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