Jack in the Box springs up in West Chester

September 25, 2012 by  

The first Ohio Jack in the Box was scheduled to open its doors yesterday, September 24 in West Chester, located just southwest of Lebanon. The new restaurant is located on Tylersville Road, where a grand opening ceremony will take place at 8:45 am on opening day.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony also featured ‘Jack’, a fictional CEO for the restaurant chain. Jack in the Box began serving customers at 9:00 am and a special giveaway was awarded to the first 500 visitors to come through the doors.

New restaurants and other businesses that locate in an area may require the printing services offered by local printing companies to advertise Grand Openings, celebrations, and other promotional activities. As these new businesses continue to filter into the area, print companies might well expect to see additional business come their way as well.

The California-based Jack in the Box chain serves an array of fast and delicious menu items, including a sourdough jack, a 100% sirloin burger, and spicy chicken sandwiches. Customers can also order a variety of side items, such as egg rolls, seasoned curly fries, or stuffed jalapenos. In addition to its vast lunch and dinner menu, Jack in the Box also offers a large selection of breakfast items.

The new West Chester Jack in the Box will serve customers around the clock with 24-hour service. The restaurant chain currently has plans to open another location in Pleasant Ridge by the middle of next month.