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Does Bojangles order ‘contemporary Christian’ music to be played in its restaurants?

Mike Voorheis
StarNews

Q. I’ve noticed that the Bojangles restaurants I’ve been to in Wilmington play “contemporary Christian” music as background music. Is this a Bojangles corporate policy or is it a decision made by individual store operators?

A. Store managers or franchisees decide what music is played at each individual Bojangle’s restaurant, a corporate spokesperson said.

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