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Chicken Salad Chick in Trussville plans March 12 opening, giving away chicken salad for a year to first 150

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports

TRUSSVILLE — Chicken Salad Chick announced via social media that the new Trussville location between the Tutwiler Drive and Calumet Parkway on U.S. Highway 11 will open on March 12.

According to the statement, the restaurant will offer free chicken salad for a year to the first 150 customers. The first 10 customers will receive a large Quick Chick per week for 52 weeks. The next 140 customers will receive a large Quick Chick once a month for 12 months.

Chicken Salad Chick and Metro Diner will be located on U.S. Hwy. 11 in Trussville.
Photo by Ron Burkett/The Trussville Tribune

You must be 16 or older, download the Chicken Salad Chick app and purchase the Chick Special to qualify for the giveaway.

Several additional daily giveaways are planned through March 16.

The new shopping center where Chicken Salad Chick will be located will also have a Metro Diner location. The opening date for Metro has not yet been announced, but is expected this spring.

Metro Diner offers a full breakfast menu ranging from traditional eggs and bacon to classic Eggs Benedict. The lunch and dinner menu also indicates a wide array of entrees including a meat loaf plate, chicken and waffles, and Charleston shrimp and grits. A long list of burgers and sandwiches are also available.

Trussville Capital Investments LLC is the developer of the project and has completed several previous developments in the city.

The city of Trussville will pay the developer 3 percent of sales tax collected from the businesses for a period of seven years or until a total of $750,000 is reached. The 1 percent sales tax for schools is not included.

Trussville Capital Investments has not requested nor received incentives for any of its previous projects in the city.

Additional retailers will also be included in the center, but they have not been announced at this time.

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