Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers Set to Open in Cold Spring
Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers will open its newest location in Cold Spring on Tuesday, December 4.
It can be found at 3614 Alexandria Pike.
Festivities begin Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. with a "Lucky 20" drawing, which will award twenty customers (over the age of 13) free Cane's for a year.
Entries will be accepted from *;30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m with a drawing shortly after. Winners must be present.
A ribbon-cutting will take place at 9:45 a.m. featuring Cold Spring mayor David Penque, Campbell County Judge/Executive Steve Pendery, Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce president Brent Cooper, and radio personalities from WFTK and WNNF, which will host live radio remotes from the site during the week.
First-time visitors will be treated to traditional cheers and other high-energy chants to launch the location in unique Cane’s fashion, compliments of its 80 newly-hired staff members, a news release said. Doors open to the public at 10 a.m.
In addition, the first 100 dine-in customers ages 13 and older to purchase a combo meal will receive a free limited-edition Cane’s T-shirt, along with a voucher for a free Box Combo – containing four fresh, never ever frozen chicken fingers, Texas toast, secret recipe Cane’s sauce, coleslaw, crinkle-cut fries and a drink – that may be redeemed on a subsequent visit.
“We are excited to bring Caniacs in Cold Spring a Raising Cane’s to call their own,” said Eric Ongaro, President of RCO Limited, a franchise of Raising Cane’s. “We’ve assembled an amazing crew and the new restaurant is in a great location, right around the corner from Northern Kentucky University. We’re looking forward to becoming an integral part of the community and can’t wait to get more involved with schools and other organizations in the area.”
Founded by Todd Graves in 1996 and named for his yellow Labrador, Raising Cane, the restaurant company earned the distinction of being among the Top 3 quick service restaurant chains in the nation for 2017, according to Sandelman & Associates Quick-Track study, based on food quality, customer service, cleanliness, and other factors.
Along with its focus on chicken fingers, Raising Cane’s is known for active involvement in its local communities. On Nov. 28, General Manager Hali Sirmans and his staff volunteered their time at Welcome House of Northern Kentucky.
“Welcome House works to end homelessness in our community through housing, service coordination, and income and benefits,” Sirmans said. “We are honored to have had the opportunity to volunteer with this life-changing organization for our pre-opening service project.”
Cold Spring’s new Raising Cane’s will be open Sunday through Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to midnight. This marks the second Raising Cane’s in northern Kentucky, 10th in the Cincinnati area and 411th system-wide. This also marks RCO’s 30th Raising Cane’s to-date.