Chick-fil-A restaurants sell three times as much as KFC locations ‚ÄĒ and it's made the chicken chain No. 1 in the industry.
In 2014, Chick-fil-A's average sales per restaurant were $3.1 million, the greatest of any fast-food chain in the US, reports QSR magazine. In comparison, KFC sold $960,000 per restaurant that year.
The reason for Chick-fil-A's dominance is a mix of excellent food and superior customer service, according to many analysts.
The chain consistently ranks first in restaurant customer-service surveys, with customers raving about the restaurants' cleanliness, quick, convenient service, and hardworking employees. ...