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11/04/2013 | 02:08pm CEST

A Big Family Meal to Bring Comfort and Joy and One-of-a-Kind, Custom Designed Full-size Basketballs for All the B-Ball Players on Your Holiday Gift Lists

Seasons Greetings from Church's Chicken. Back by popular demand, the QSR chain is once again offering its Holiday Bundle just in time for gatherings with family and friends. And to make the season even brighter, when you visit Church's you can check off your holiday gift list and purchase a one-of-a-kind, custom designed, full-size basketball for all the athletes on your shopping list.

A slam dunk at Church's Chicken. Pick up a meal and purchase a limited edition basketball with an ex ...

A slam dunk at Church's Chicken. Pick up a meal and purchase a limited edition basketball with an exclusive design - a perfect gift this holiday season for sports enthusiasts. (Photo: Business Wire)

Church's Holiday Bundle is 8 pieces of juicy on the inside, crunchy on the outside, Original or Spicier Spicy Chicken or 8 Tender Strips®, large mashed potatoes and 3 corn. The Holiday Bundle is available at participating locations with prices starting at $10.99 through December 29, 2013.

"Food, family, friends and fun are what holidays are all about. Our customers rely on Church's to do the heavy lifting in the kitchen so they don't have to. Church's has been serving freshly prepared holiday meals at a great value to families across the country for more than sixty years," said Steve Davis, Church's Chief Concept Officer. "And just in time for the holiday gift-giving season, Church's has a specially priced gift offer only available at Church's Chicken restaurants. Our customers can make one less trip to the mall looking for the perfect gift for the sports enthusiasts on their lists. Visit our restaurants, pick up a meal and purchase a really cool, limited edition basketball to give as a gift this holiday season."

The basketball, with an exclusive design, has a black background with bright yellow and white stars. In addition, there are shadow figures of basketball players in action in red, yellow and blue. It's only $4.99 with the purchase of a combo or family meal and $5.99 without purchase, while supplies last.

ABOUT CHURCH'S CHICKEN

Founded in San Antonio, TX in 1952, Church's Chicken® is a highly recognized brand name in the Quick Service Restaurant sector and is one of the largest quick service chicken concepts in the world. Church's serves up a rich tradition of gracious Southern hospitality and freshly prepared, high quality, authentic home-style fare, to help people provide affordable, complete meals for their families. Church's menu includes flavorful chicken both Original and Spicy and Tender Strips® and sandwiches with classic sides and hand-made from scratch biscuits. The Church's system consists of more than 1700 locations in 25 countries and system-wide sales of more than $1 billion. For more information on Church's Chicken, visit www.churchs.com

Church?s Chicken
Bonnie Warschauer, 770-350-3833
BWarschauer@churchs.com


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