PANAMA CITY, Fla. - With the recent opening of the Chick-Fil-A on 23rd and Highway 77, the dining spot quickly became a popular destination but with it came the problem of clogged traffic.
To help the issue, the store went through a renovation by changing the layout of the drive-thru to ease the traffic flow at the restaurant.
Along with the changes, they also expect the future opening of the Stanford Station Chick-Fil-A to lighten the long term customer demand.
The construction was finished in one day and there was no delay in operation of business.
"I think we'll see speeds increase over the next couple of weeks, service speed is our goal. You know it's all a learning curve, once we get it set up we'll have to get used to it, the customers we'll get them used to it. Then we should be off to the races, ready to go," said Donald Adams, Chick-Fil-A franchisee.
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