By Marie Gilmore

Chick-fil-A Lake Brandon Village owners, Paul & Tammy Holmberg, announced the addition of a second Chick-fil-A location to its popular family restaurant business.

It is a year of celebrations for the Holmberg family. As owners Paul and Tammy prepare to cut the ribbon on their second Chick-fil-A location, they are also celebrating 20 years of service with the company and the birth of their first grandson, Micah.

It was 20 years ago when a young family with four children took a chance and accepted the opportunity to own a mall location of a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Racine, Wisconsin. Growing the business and learning the ropes, it was just a few years later that the family was invited to a relatively new community, Brandon,  and a cleared dirt lot which would hold a future Lowe’s and an under-construction stand-alone Chick-fil-A location, Lake Brandon Village. Without hesitation, the family relocated to Florida 14 years ago and has never looked back.

Known throughout the community for their generosity, Paul & Tammy Holmberg have won numerous community awards and distinctions due to their charitable events, contributions and fundraisers hosted in the stores and in the community. A strong Student-of-the-Month program launched the PTA’s at many local elementary schools and contributed to many fundraisers.

Philanthropists, arts advocates, community leaders and business owners- these are all words which aptly describe both Paul and Tammy Holmberg.

“Paul and Tammy are always thinking of ways to raise money to help support the arts and the community in the greater Brandon area,” said Winthrop developer, Kay Sullivan.

With the addition of the new location within Westfield Brandon Mall, the Holmberg’s can now extend their strong customer service and family-friendly atmosphere even further.

For more information, visit or stop by either location.


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Marie Gilmore
Marie is the Managing Editor at the Osprey Observer. She covers news, transportation, education and likes to make a positive impact on the community and be 'in the know'!