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— The Chick-Fil-A franchise in Tennessee is getting a bit more sophisticated this year.
The franchise has been adding new security measures at its locations.
The restaurant is adding video cameras to all its restaurants and will install a mobile app that will let customers know if a customer has been in a “disorderly” area for more than a few minutes.
The company also plans to expand its security systems, including a metal detector at the register.
The new security features are part of a broader strategy to better serve customers.
The chain is doubling down on a core marketing strategy: It’s getting more customers to order and pay by checking in with cash.
Chick-fil a A’s has been struggling with a high percentage of people making at least $30,000 a year.
It’s also struggling to attract more minority customers.
Chad Kroeger, the chief executive officer of Chick-film, said the franchisee was looking to increase its minority customer base in the future.
The company’s strategy includes an aggressive focus on promotions and better branding.
It also has a “deeper understanding” of demographics.
Kroeger said he’s hoping to reach people in all demographics, even if they are older.
The chain has been expanding its restaurant chains, including locations in cities across the country, for the past two years.
It will be the first national chain to open a restaurant in the state.
In addition to its new security precautions, Chick-FIL-A will be adding two new locations in Chattanooga.
The two new restaurants are located in the area around the downtown area.
They’ll be open through Dec. 31, 2018.
They will have the same name as the current Chick- Fil-A locations.