Whether it’s digging through the trash to find a customer’s keys, helping out a stranded driver or inviting a child make their own Icedream—these everyday moments all add up to define the “little things” that matter to us at Chick-fil-A.
When Abram Waller was a boy, his father, Don Moon, sometimes picked him up from school with cuts on his hands. These were markings from his job as a mechanic. When Waller inquired about the cuts, his soft-spoken father gently smiled and said, “I work hard for my family.”
Cow Appreciation Day. It’s the one day a year where herds of cow-clad guests come out to their local Chick-fil-A restaurants and show their spots in exchange for a free entrée. This year, Chick-fil-A’s 15th annual Cow Appreciation Day will take place on Tuesday, July 9.
The 4th of July is for friends, family, fireworks… and chicken!
To help you celebrate, Chick-fil-A locations around the country are open from 10:30 AM to 6 PM, so please stop by to see us in your best red, white and blue.
Crispy, fresh and dippable are all fitting adjectives for the Chick-fil-A Waffle Fries. So, it’s fitting that they’ve received taste test accolades nationwide. But there’s more to this classic menu item than meets the taste buds.
No one predicted the intensity of the storm. In just four hours, 12 inches of rain fell on Sugar Land, Texas, and the nearby Brazos River quickly flooded neighborhoods. Drivers searched for higher ground, but came up short, the impassable roads leaving many stranded in their vehicles for hours.