LuvMyChikn's Showcase
Dec. 2011
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Being a native Atlantan, my history with Chick-Fil-A goes way back.  In fact, while I was in high school, I worked in Greenbriar Mall...the same mall the first Chick-Fil-A store opened in!  I remember how great the food was and always looked forward to my lunch break to grab ...
Being a native Atlantan, my history with Chick-Fil-A goes way back.  In fact, while I was in high school, I worked in Greenbriar Mall...the same mall the first Chick-Fil-A store opened in!  I remember how great the food was and always looked forward to my lunch break to grab a couple of those chicken sandwiches.

Since then, Chick-Fil-A has really grown, but I've been blown away about how it has managed to avoid falling into the "homogenized" (cow pun not intended!) fast food restaurant trap.  Still, every time you visit a Chick-Fil-A store, you feel that the food is going to be served fast and hot, and importantly, by people that smile, pay attention and overall like working there.  On those rare chances you meet an employee that isn't measuring up (after all, these are generally young kids behind the counter), I'm 100% convinced they will either get a good "life" lesson about how to act or they won't be there at Chick-Fil-A much longer.

Those life lessons - even the lesson of accountability - are something that go a long way with me.  Chick-Fil-A doesn't lose sight of the fact that their main job is to serve a good meal, but also it can be larger that tha too.  Standing for wholesome values, community contribution, politeness, and a good sense of humor is important!
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