New Jack’s to open in Troy on Monday

If you’re a lover of Jack’s and you often find yourself in Troy, then get this – there’s a new franchise coming to Trojan Country soon!

The new fast food spot will be located at 1250 US Highway 231, Troy, AL 36081. And for the early risers among us, opening day will see the restaurant open its doors for the first time at 5:00 a.m. on July 29.

This isn’t the restaurant in Troy, but it should look pretty similar. (Source: Jack’s/Facebook)

The restaurant will play host to a celebration titled “Five Days of Jack’s,” and it’ll run all week, featuring a different giveaway each day. Those early risers we mentioned? They’ll be happy to know that the first 50 customers in line at 5:00 a.m. will receive free breakfast for a month.

But if you’re not trying to wake up early or simply don’t need to, then you can still show up after work from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. There’ll be giveaways where you can get store swag, courtesy cards, and up to $500 in Jack’s gift cards. After 7:00 and until 10:00, the grand opening shifts into what’s called “Jack’s Gives Back Night.” During these three hours, a portion of all proceeds go to the Troy University Student Government Association.

Here’s a breakdown of some of the giveaways available (while supplies last) during the Five Days of Jack’s celebration:

  • July 30 – Free Single Gravy Biscuit Coupon
  • July 31 – Free Single Scoop of Ice Cream Coupon
  • Aug. 1 – Free Sausage Biscuit Coupon
  • Aug. 2 – Free Cheeseburger Coupon

But that’s not all! Even before the store opens, Jack’s lovers can enter themselves in a Facebook drawing to receive free food for a year. To learn more about this one, simply head over to the official Jack’s Facebook Page; the winner will be announced after the grand opening.

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