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Church’s Introduces System-wide Company-funded Education Program

Church’s is celebrating the first graduating class of its Stride for Success program.

Published by RestaurantNewsRelease.com

March 17, 2016

Atlanta, GA  (Restaurant News Release)  Church’s® – the Texas born, Southern bred brand known best for serving up hand-battered fried chicken and signature honey-butter biscuits –  is celebrating the first graduating class of its Stride for Success program. Aware of the integral and powerful nature of education, the chicken giant is today announcing a national program allowing company-owned restaurant employees the opportunity to “earn their learning” and finally achieve their educational goals. In collaboration with Penn Foster, the chicken brand will soon be unveiling a similar program that franchisees can elect to offer their employees.

“Stride for Success”, the brainchild of Chief Executive Officer Jim Hyatt and Chief Human Resources Officer Ed Brett, is yet another way that the Church’s brand contributes to education. The company-funded program works in conjunction with Penn Foster and is designed to assist crew members in reaching educational milestones and advancing within the company. Church’s employees, who have been unable to attain their high school diploma due to reasons such as financial burdens, now have the chance to achieve educational success with

Church’s Chicken® providing them the tools they need to grow both personally and professionally. With the program’s burgeoning success, Church’s is dedicating even more resources to Stride for Success.

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