The Landings' strength is variety of ...

The Landings' strength is variety of food, retail

There are 1 comment on the story from Apr 27, 2013, titled The Landings' strength is variety of food, retail. In it, reports that:

When Tiffany Dubberley and her husband, Brady, began pursuing a franchise with Chicken Salad Chick in Columbus, they knew that the location was critical.

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Since: Feb 13

Columbus, GA

#1 Apr 28, 2013
What this article fails to mention is the "Crepe Myrtle" restaurant that was at the landings went out of business.
I often wonder if the Ledger gets paid to publish articles about businesses and shopping areas instead of making advertisements.
I am happy that the "Chicken Salad Chick" is now in Columbus and hope they do well. When I went there for lunch the line was out the door.

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