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Raising Cane’s opens restaurant in Fairless Hills

The new eatery is looking for new crewmembers

Raising Cane’s recently celebrated the grand opening of its new restaurant in Fairless Hills, 640 Commerce Blvd. The restaurant features 100 percent premium white meat chicken tenderloins that are marinated, hand-battered and cooked to order. The menu also has secret-recipe Cane’s sauce, crinkle-cut fries, coleslaw, Texas toast, freshly-brewed sweet tea and fresh-squeezed lemonade.

For the grand opening, Raising Cane’s hosted a “Lucky 20” drawing to award 20 customers, ages 13 and older, free Cane’s for a year. The first 100 dine-in customers received a commemorative T-shirt, while all attendees enjoyed DJ music. The Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce and Fairless Hills city officials and members of the Cane’s leadership team were on hand for a ribbon cutting ceremony.

“We’re delighted to be sharing our ONE LOVE with more Caniacs across the Philadelphia area,” said area leader of restaurants Jim Carty. “Fairless Hills has a storied history and we can’t wait to become a part of the community and share our commitment to service and fun. We’re still looking for awesome crewmembers too, so we encourage everyone who loves Raising Cane’s to come join our team.”

Raising Cane’s is hiring for multiple positions in Fairless Hills, ranging from crew to management-level. Starting pay for crewmembers is $15 per hour with the potential to quickly earn more. Candidates interested in various positions can apply by texting RCJOBS to 97211 or by visiting WorkAtCanes.com. Applicants will be contacted immediately to set up an interview after applying. Walk-ins are welcome for interviews at the restaurant hiring site.

The Fairless Hills Raising Cane’s is serving its customers through its mobile app, three-lane drive-thru, dine-in and patio dining. Open Sunday through Wednesday, from 10 a.m. to midnight, and Thursday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m., it’s a destination for lunch, dinner and late-night meals.

Visit raisingcanes.com for more information.

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