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Meet the Owner/Operators

My name is Dennis Sampier and I am the Owner-Operator for Chick-fil-A Shelby Township.


It has been an incredible journey to become a part of this inspiring brand.  Chick-fil-A’s mission is to be the world’s most caring company, and we are building a team that will work together to serve amazing food with uncommon kindness right here in our own backyard! 

Our North Star is to take joy in making someone else's day!  And equally important is developing our team to help them achieve their personal goals and aspirations.


Want to be a part of something great?  Check out the opportunities we have to offer!   


I grew up on nearby Harsens Island and graduated from Algonac High School.  I was blessed with hard-working, caring parents that instilled work ethic, independence, kindness, and accountability. 

After graduating from Central Michigan University with a degree in Broadcasting/Journalism, I joined the Detroit Pistons where I spent 20 years in public relations/community relations and led the organization’s foundation.  During that time, I also got involved with a wide range of community activities outside of work, including: 

  • The creation of an annual scholarship awarded at Algonac High School. 

  • Volunteer leadership development presentations to students at local high schools and colleges. 

  • United Way and Michigan Sports Hall of Fame activities. 

  • Sparky Anderson’s CATCH Charity for Children board member. 


My wife Rebekah and I have been married over 20 years and we have been blessed with three boys. 

As Owner-Operator for Chick-fil-A Shelby Township, my role is to hire talented and caring people, cast vision, and create momentum.  The characteristics we look for in our team members are heart and hardiness. 


Our vision is a culture based on teamwork, oaring together as one, against the current, putting others before ourselves at every turn, to serve amazing food, but ultimately to serve people. 


We look forward to serving you!

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