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OWNER, GARRETT REED TALKS LAYNE’S GROWTH, THE FOUNDER, + MORE

Chris P. of COSIGN Magazine sat down with Garrett Reed, owner of Layne’s Chicken Fingers to talk how he got involved with Layne’s, the future of the company, his thoughts on the movie “The Founder”, plus more.

A GIRL BITE’S OUT – LAYNE’S CHICKEN FINGERS

The first thing that really stands out to me about Layne’s is their excellent commitment to the customer.  From being super responsive on social media to the wonderful service I received in person at the Lewisville location,

5 REASONS WE COSIGN LAYNE’S CHICKEN FINGERS

It’s not just for Aggies anymore! Layne’s Chicken Fingers has expanded northward from their original home in College Station to three locations in the Dallas/Fort Worth area; Allen, Lewisville and Frisco.

5 REASONS WE COSIGN LAYNE’S VIA D MAGAZINE

Layne’s signature sauce and lightly breaded chicken fingers are now available at three North Texas locations.

AGGIE CHICKEN SPOT BRINGING FINGERS TO DALLAS

Layne’s Chicken Fingers is an A&M haunt that was founded in 1994, and it’s nearly identical to Louisiana chain Raising Cane’s. It specializes in chicken fingers, which you can get in a plate, in a sandwich, or in a bucket. Other items on the very short menu include crinkle-cut fries, a page out of the book of Shake Shack, which also serves frozen, crinkle-cut fries.

FAMOUS AMONG AGGIES, NOW OPEN IN ALLEN/PLANO

Nearly 25 years after the first Layne’s Chicken Fingers debuted in College Station, the Aggie company has finally spread its wings.

You can take the fried-chicken shop out of College Station, but you can’t take the College Station out of the fried-chicken shop.

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