www.ChurchsListens.com ~ Church’s Chicken Customer Survey

About the Church’s Chicken Survey site:

Church’s Chicken is pretty much the best fast food restaurant to get fried chicken besides KFC.  After your visit to Church’s be sure to take their online customer survey with the store number and date of visit from your customer receipt.  ChurchsListens.com is operated by the Service Management survey company and will provide a coupon upon completing the survey.  The Church’s Chicken Customer Survey is available in English and Spanish.  The survey will only take a few minutes to complete and will ask a variety of customer service related questions.  The Church’s Listens survey will also ask a few questions about the quality of the food purchased.  The site is hosted by GoDaddy and the IP Location can be found in Kansas City Missouri.  churchslistens.com is hosted on a dedicated server.

About Church’s Chicken:

This popular fried chicken fast food restaurant is based out of Sandy Springs, GA and was founded in 1952.  The company was originally founded under the name Church’s Fried Chicken To Go by a Mr. George W. Church, Sr who had a love of fried chicken.  Church’s Chicken has over 1700 locations across the United States and their company slogan is “You Bring It Home”.  They are considered the fourth largest fired chicken restaurant in the US behind KFC, Chick-Fil-A and Popeye’s.  Popular menu items include the Ordinal Chicken Sandwich, Honey Butter Biscuits, Spicy Chicken, Jalapeno Cheese Bombers, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy and Fried Okra.  The cost of a meal will run around $5.00 for an individual or $20 for a family.

Incentive:  survey coupon
Site:  www.churchslistens.com

What do we recommend at Church’s Chicken?:

  • Spicy Chicken
  • Boneless Wings
  • Original Chicken Sandwich
Places similar to Church’s Chicken you might want to try?:
  • KFC
  • Popeye’s
  • Chick-fil-a

Contact Church’s Chicken: 

Mail:  Cajun Operating Company 980 Hammond Dr. NE, Ste. 1100 Atlanta, GA 30328 USA

Phone:  1-770-350-3800

Site:  ChurchsListens.com

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