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Posted at 1:57 PM, May 11, 2020

Raising Cane's announced today it will be hiring 5,000 new crew members across all its markets.

All restaurants with drive-throughs have been open during the pandemic, with three more scheduled to open in Texas this month.

When the pandemic began, the company asked all crew members to accept a cut in hours, so that everyone could keep their jobs. Now, the company is distributing $2 million to those crew members, to make up for the hours they lost.

Founder & Co-CEO Todd Graves and Co-CEO & COO AJ Kumaran have taken no salary as part of their commitment to not furlough a single crew member.

“When the crisis began, we created a mantra ‘NO CREW LEFT BEHINDTM,’ and I made a promise that we would all get through this together,” Kumaran said. “Our Crew has continued to stay positive while working incredibly hard, and some even reduced their hours in order to keep everyone’s job safe. We are extremely grateful for their shared sacrifice and are blessed to have such an amazing Crew. Thanks to their hard work, Raising Cane’s will come out of this crisis even stronger than before. I couldn’t be prouder and more thankful for each and every one of our Restaurant Leaders and Crewmembers.”

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Raising Cane’s [], the popular brand known for its ONE LOVE® – quality chicken finger meals – refuses to let the pandemic slow it down.

Raising Cane’s is preparing to methodically re-open its dining rooms while operating with the highest standards of food safety, cleanliness and health. In the meantime, Customers will continue to be served from its drive-thru windows.