Finally An American
To begin my testimony I would like to say that I am an American by birth, but once I was in middle school my parents moved our family overseas where I grew up until I was 20 yrs old. All the fast-food restaurants around us were Kosher or just plain gross and I wouldn't eat at those types of places.
After moving back to America, I was a hostess at a Restaurant in Missouri where I met a high up manager of Chick-fil-A. Forgive me, but I am bad with names so I can't remember his. He was telling me about a restaurant that I had never heard of before, but what stood out for me was that it is closed on Sunday's. This restaurant was Chick-fil-A. I didn't live near a Chick-fil-A until I moved to where I reside currently. Today after Chapel, a friend took me to a Chick-fil-A for the first time. My life will never be the same. The atmosphere, staff, and food was great. I had the Chick-fil-A Sandwich and dipped it in your special sauce. It was delightful. Most importantly, the chicken tasted fresh. That was something I was hesitant about. But it was great!
Thank you so much for the warm and welcoming restaurant. I now feel like I am fully American again after tasting Chick-fil-A and knowing roots behind this restaurant.