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Local Team Member to Compete in Biscuit-Making Finals at Bojangles’ Company Headquarters

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Today, Bojangles’ announced that Debra Fulton, team member at its franchise location in Villa Rica, is a finalist for Bojangles’ annual Master Biscuit Maker

Challenge. The finals of the prestigious biscuit-making competition will take place at the company’s Research & Development Kitchen in Charlotte, North Carolina on November 16.

The Master Biscuit Maker Challenge begins in the summer, with hundreds of Bojangles’ biscuit makers vying for the chance to be among the best-of-the-best featured in the competition’s final round.

In the finals, participants are first required to take a written exam on the proprietary Bojangles’ biscuit-making process. Then, team members must prepare a batch of biscuits that adhere to the brand’s strict specifications, including the company’s signature 48-step process. Judges from Bojangles’ score biscuits based on several factors, including appearance, color and of course, taste.

“Making Bojangles’ biscuits is truly an art form,” said John Broadfoot, President of Bojangles’ franchise group Bovilla, LLC. “We are incredibly proud of Debra for making it to the final round of the competition, and our team will be cheering her on to join the list of Master Biscuit Maker Champions.”

Eight Bojangles’ team members, including Debra, will compete in the Master Biscuit Maker finals. The champion biscuit maker will receive a $2,500 cash prize, championship trophy and company-wide accolades, including a spot on the Bojangles’ Wall-of-Fame at its Support Center.

Visit www.BojanglesBiscuits.com to see if you have what it takes to be a Master Biscuit Maker.

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