Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers To Open Two Bucks County Locations by the End of the Year

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The fried chicken chain will be coming to Bucks County, with a competitor following right behind them.

As a string of chicken-based fast food locations continue to pop up in the area, Bucks County will see two more Raising Cane’s locations open by year’s end. Ryan Mulligan wrote about the new eateries for the Philadelphia Business Journal.

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers will be opening up new locations in Fairless Hills and Trevose by the end of the year. The first location will be opening on Sept. 27. The Trevose location will open toward the end of the year.

The two new spots comes as a competitor chain, Dave’s Hot Chicken, starts to open eight new locations in the Philadelphia region, with talks of Bucks County locations being floated in the process.

“We feel this kind of brand, with the expansion it needs, it should be in a larger market,” said Jiger Patel, a franchisee of Dave’s Hot Chicken. “We’re signing an eight unit deal to start, but a big city like Philadelphia gives us more opportunity for expansion.”

Read more about the new Raising Cane’s locations at the Philadelphia Business Journal.

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