Wednesday, March 9, 2016

"Chick-fil-A traditional opening day event draws crowds"

From RacineUncovered:

Filed under: Local News |

"It appears people are taking Chik-fil-A up on their offer! This afternoon there was a crowd of 100 people, but only 46 people were registered for the opening day event. It was announced that starting at 6:30 a.m. on Wednesday March 9th – 24 hours before the new restaurant opens – Chick-fil-A will hold its traditional opening-day event, an offer of free food to the first 100 people to register and camp out on site. Those first 100 people ages 18 and older will also be served free breakfast, lunch and dinner during the event."

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The Journal Times article ( says the first 100 people get a free meal a week for a year.  That's sounds good.

I've never been to a Chik-fil-A, although I walked past the one in the mall every time I went for a Chicago dog when Top Dog was there.  Are they that good?

1 comment:

OKIE said...

They must be because whenever I go by them the place is crowded and the drive thru backed up. Had a sandwich from there and it really wasn't too bad. I just can't do chicken for breakfast, although I did have French toast for lunch today.