Sharing Celebration with Longtime Client Chick-fil-A Makes Event Even More Meaningful
Johns Creek, GA June 26, 2015: W. H. Bass, which marked its 31st anniversary earlier in June, commemorated the completion of project number 2,500 on June 15th. The event, held at the new Chick-fil-A restaurant at 805 Dawsonville Highway in Gainesville, Georgia, brought together W. H. Bass and Chick-fil-A personnel to mark the occasion. The collaboration with one of W. H. Bass’s longest standing clients, Chick-fil-A, for whom W. H. Bass has completed over 600 projects, made the event even more memorable.
“W. H. Bass has been an integral part of our company’s growth for well over the past 20 years,” said John McCleskey, Chick-fil-A Vice President of Restaurant Development. “The quality of their people, their commitment to excellence, and their desire to continually improve the way we do business together have been key ingredients to our very successful relationship. It is an honor that their 2500th project will be a Chick-fil-A.”
“We are very happy that we had the opportunity to partner with Chick-fil-A for this landmark project,” said W. H. Bass President Marty Robinson. “Chick-fil-A has been a highly valued client since our first project with them in 1987. The key to our successful partnership has been the alignment of our cultures as both of our organizations place the highest priority on commitment to quality and service.”