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|About||The official Raising Cane’s® Facebook Fan Page! Home of ONE LOVE. Visit us at:www.raisingcanes.com Follow us on:www.twitter.com/raising_canes and on Instagram: @raisingcanes|
|Restaurant specialties||Dinner, Lunch|
|Restaurant services||Catering, Groups, Kids, Takeout, Walkins|
|Mission||Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers’ vision is to grow restaurants all over the world and to be the brand for quality chicken finger meals, great crew, cool culture and active community involvement.|
Founded in 1996 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Because Raising Cane’s focuses on only one thing – chicken fingers – we are able to do it better than anyone else. It’s what we call ONE LOVE.
Todd Graves, the founder of Raising Cane’s, path to success was one filled with challenge, hard work and determination. In 1994, as a new college graduate, Graves sought out funding for his restaurant venture. Undeterred by bankers who found his idea laughable, he decided to take matters into his own hands and raise his money the old fashioned way – hard work. After working in oil refineries in California and salmon fishing off the coast of Alaska, Graves returned to Baton Rouge and opened his first restaurant in 1996 near the gates of LSU. He named the restaurant after his yellow lab, Raising Cane.
The rest is history - dipped in a little Cane's sauce.
|Awards||#1 Quick-Service Chain in the Nation in Customer Satisfaction (Sandleman and Associates 2012)|
|Founded||August 28, 1996 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana|
|Products||The Perfect Box: Perfection is a matter of taste. And you’ll find all of them in “The Box.” Four Raising Cane’s® chicken fingers made from fresh, never-ever frozen premium chicken tenderloins. Crinkle-cut fries made from Grade-A extra-long Idaho potatoes. Coleslaw mixed fresh daily - cool and crisp with creamy dressing. A thick slice of Texas toast brushed with real butter and garlic, then grilled on a flat top. And our secret recipe Cane’s Sauce on the side for dipping. We call it perfection, but you can just ask for “The Box.”|