It's the fourth Washington outlet for the crazy-popular (and sometimes controversial) chain.

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Here comes more Chick-fil-A for the Pacific Northwest: The extremely popular (and sometimes controversial) Southern fast-food chain will open a fourth Washington outlet in Vancouver this September, at 719 S.E. 164th Ave. While the exact date is TBA, the company plans its usual “First 100” opening promotion, in which the first 100 adults in line when the doors open get a free one-year supply of Chick-fil-A (and Chick-fil-A gets lots of publicity from the resulting camp-outs).

No word on whether the operator of the Vancouver location will install “cell phone coops,” as other branches of the chain have recently. There will be a drive-through.

The Bellevue franchise of Chick-fil-A opened to crowds (and traffic problems) last April, with Tacoma and Lynnwood locations following.

This post has been corrected. Due to an erroneous press release, an earlier version stated that the new location would be in Auburn.