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Chick-fil-A to build new restaurant on same site in Statesboro
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Months of rumors and speculation have been put to rest with the announcement that Statesboro’s original Chick-fil-A has received approval to begin the permitting process for a complete scrape and rebuild projected to begin Spring 2019.  

The Chick-fil-A on Northside Drive will temporarily close for a few months while they tear down the existing restaurant and clear the site to rebuild a brand new restaurant. 

Owner/operator David Boykin said the new Chick-fil-A will be re-positioned on the land “to provide a better drive through experience and an optimal customer experience overall.”

“It is always my pleasure to offer our guests a great product in a family-friendly environment.  I hope our guests will be excited about our plans for a state of the art restaurant,” Boykin said. “I believe that this new opportunity will create remarkable experiences for all who we come in contact with my team and I appreciate the opportunity to serve our community.” 

More details will be published as Chick-fil-A works through building its new restaurant.

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