It’s a first for the state of Wyoming, a stand- alone Chick-fil-A restaurant. A ground breaking ceremony attended by Governor Matt Mead, Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen, and other community and business leaders was held at the site of the soon to be Chick-fil-A at the corner of Dell Range and Windmill in front of Menards.
“We’re excited to be the pioneers of Wyoming’s first stand-alone Chick-fil-A restaurant. It’s great after 33 years of being in the mall here to finally have a brand new free stander,” said Raymond Mefford, owner operator of Chick-fil-A in Cheyenne. “The mall will stay open, so we will have the mall store and the free standing store.”
“This is another indication of the quality of growth that we are seeing in Cheyenne,” said Kaysen. “I think it speaks volumes for what’s happening in Cheyenne. Chick fil-A has been here for over 30 years, so it speaks volumes about the growth here.”
The Chick-Fil-A is scheduled to open sometime in March of next year, and when it opens, the first 100 adults in line will receive free Chick-fil-A for one year.