McAllen’s Alvie Britton Honored as Cowboy Chicken Franchise Owner of the Year

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McAllen Restaurateur Wins Honor for Second Consecutive Year at Annual CowCon Conference

Texas Border Business

DALLAS – Dallas-based Cowboy Chicken, known for its wood-fired rotisserie chicken and handmade side dishes, honored McAllen restaurant owner Alvie Britton with its coveted Franchise Owner of the Year Award at the company’s annual CowCon restaurant conference, held April 29-30 in Plano, Texas. This is the second consecutive year Britton has won the award.

“Cowboy Chicken wouldn’t be where it is today without the hard work of partners like Alvie,” says Sean Kennedy, Cowboy Chicken’s president, and CEO. “Alvie’s McAllen locations adhere to our highest standards of quality and service, and he’s a perfect ambassador for our company’s values. We’re proud to recognize his contributions to our success for the second straight year.”

Britton was honored for his restaurants’ high aggregate scores in such areas as mystery shopper surveys, guest surveys, and store audits. He also was recognized for his efforts in the development and retention of management teams and for his ongoing community involvement: he is an active member of his local chamber of commerce, restaurant association, and Rotary Club. Britton owns the Cowboy Chicken at 1020 West Nolana Avenue in McAllen and its sister Palms Crossing location at 3400 West Expressway 83.

Cowboy Chicken serves all-natural, hormone-free rotisserie chickens that are hand-seasoned in store, marinated for 24 hours and then slowly roasted for two hours over a real wood-burning fire. Other dishes include signature sour cream tomatillo chicken enchiladas, abundant scratch-made sides such as Twice Baked Potaters™, baked mac & cheese, ranchero beans and seasonal cobblers baked in-house daily. Cowboy Chicken’s hearty and healthy dishes are available during lunch and dinner for dine-in, take out, catering and delivery.   

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