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Rob Schneider surprises fans by working at chicken drive through to promote his new film ‘Daddy Daughter Trip’

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Rob Schneider surprised his fans by working the drive through window at a Raising Cane’s in Arizona in an effort to promote his new movie "Daddy Daughter Trip." In addition to handing out chicken to costumers, Schneider also passed out free tickets to the world premiere of his movie, which is set to premiere in Arizona on September 27.

One of those lucky fans who go see the movie on opening day will win free Raising Cane’s chicken for an entire year. The actor chose to surprise his fans in Arizona because the state holds a special place in his heart, and plays a huge role in the movie, as it was filmed completely in the state. "Our company, Mandalini Films, is now based in Scottsdale and we are very proud to have made our film, ‘Daddy Daughter Trip’ entirely here in Arizona," Schneider said in a statement. "It’s truly a postcard for the state’s picturesque cinematic locations.

We are grateful to the people of Arizona for their support and generosity of spirit in what we hope is the first of many family-friendly films we want to make right here in our new home."  Rob Schneider handed out chicken and surprised his fans while working at Raising Cane's to promote his newest film. (Leon Bennett) Schneider and his family have also lived in Arizona for a few years and have fallen in love with the state. "My wife Patricia and I chose to make the great state of Arizona our home to raise our family not just for its incredible natural majesty and beauty but also for all that it has to offer," he says in the release.

Written, directed and produced by Schneider, "Daddy Daughter Trip" follows the story of a little girl who wants to go on a vacation the family can’t afford, but decide to take her on anyway.

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