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The Otter Says Goodbye to Carrollton

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Carrollton’s Otter’s Chicken has closed for good, according to ownership. The franchise, originating in Cobb County has had their Carrollton location open since 2018. 

Although their Cobb county locations will remain open, the Carrollton location is the next business to close amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. “We are heartbroken to announce that due to the unfortunate economic climate caused by COVID-19, it is no longer possible for us to keep this location open,” said VP of Operations for Otter’s Chicken, Jenna Grothaus.“We appreciate everyone who has shared a meal with us, and we are so grateful for the time we were able to serve and make connections in your community. We hope that one day we will be able to bring Otter’s Chicken back to Carrollton, and until then please visit us at our Atlanta, Kennesaw, and Marietta locations if you are ever in the area.”

Although the Carrollton location is closing, it cannot take away the memories it has created and the relationships it has built with their staff and the Carrollton community. “To our incredible team who have worked so hard and supported us through such a challenging year, we thank you immensely. We know you will all go on to do great things, and we wish each of you all the best!” 

Jonathan Dockery, owner of The City Menus, personally wants to thank Otter’s Carrollton, he says, “Thank you for being such a wonderful advertising partner of ours since re-opening the Carrollton location. We appreciate what you have done by supporting our community, through Spirit Nights for local schools, hosting non profit engagements, and taking such good care of our first responders.”

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