Augusta Chick-fil-A Feeds, Raises Funds for Active Military
The Augusta Exchange Chick-fil-A held a Military Appreciation Night, sering all active duty military a free meal and donating a portion of sales to the Augusta Warrior Project, an organization that provides assistance to serving military and veterans in the Greater Augusta area of Georgia and South Carolina. Augusta, Ga. is home to Fort Gordon, a United States military base supporting Army and Department of Defense organizations.
"It is very fulfilling to help the men and women who put their lives on the line for our country," said Operator Kenny Hanna. "We were glad they could enjoy this small token of our appreciation for all that they do."
The restaurant was decorated in red, white and blue for this special night, and all active military were given a small stuffed cow that read "Reel Heroes Eat Chiken."
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