When you become a parent, there are countless things you have to learn: How to feed a baby. How to survive without sleep. How to have a social life centered around a tiny human. These are just the things you expect. Then there are the things no one tells you: How to cook an entire meal using only your left hand or how a trip to the store to buy toothpaste will now require as much planning as your last vacation. Parenthood is like being inducted into a secret club, with its own special handshakes and understanding nods.
College football is more than a sport. It is an experience. The sound of the fight song booming through a packed stadium, the smell of the grill at a tailgate, the way you hug friends and high-five strangers when your team scores – on gameday it seems like everyone is a fan, including Chick-fil-A.
Do you know of a deserving organization working with children and youth? Applications are now open for 2019 True Inspiration Awards. Encourage them to apply today. Donnita Travis had built a successful career as president of a Chicago advertising agency. But, she wanted to do more for the children in her city.
At age 26, Ashley Lamothe became one of the youngest franchise owners in Chick-fil-A history. But her Chick-fil-A story started her many years before: Derby began working at a Chick-fil-A restaurant outside of Atlanta, Ga., when she was 15 years old as a way to earn enough money to buy her first car.
With the annual cost of a college education rising, college students need all the help they can get. And this year, more than 5,700 students will get a boost to their college fund as Chick-fil-A invests more than $14.5 million in scholarships for college students who work at restaurants nationwide.
On Thursday, March 29, the first Chick-fil-A restaurant in Lower Manhattan opens in the heart of the Financial District. Located at 144 Fulton Street between Broadway and Nassau, the restaurant was designed to serve the downtown community and a variety of guests’ needs.