ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Mary Brown’s Chicken & Taters recently celebrated its 50th anniversary with an epic homecoming in St. John’s, N.L.
As part of the celebration, a new flagship location opened in the city’s downtown core, featuring a large, engaging mural on the exterior of the building, which celebrates the true essence of St. John’s. Developed in collaboration with local artists, the project speaks to the city’s culture, history and family-oriented values.
As part of the celebration, corporate employees and franchisees from across the country came together in St. John’s to celebrate the 50th anniversary through a variety of local experiences, excursions and traditions, culminating in the reveal of the mural.
“Mary Brown’s is a truly Canadian brand in which our superior product quality and hospitality are influenced by our genuine Newfoundland heritage,” says Hadi Chahin, president & COO. “The timing of the mural coincides perfectly with our 50th Anniversary Conference in St. John’s. We wanted our employees, our franchisees and our hometown to celebrate together in the birthplace of our brand.”
Mary Brown’s — famous for its Signature Chicken and Big Mary Sandwich — started its journey in Newfoundland back in 1969. Since then, Mary Brown’s has become a household name in the province and has expanded across Canada. Today, Mary Brown’s Chicken & Taters is one of Canada’s fastest-growing franchises with approximately 160 locations.