Deerfield-News.com-Deerfield Beach, Fl-I may be the only person in Deerfield Beach that does not eat here. Sure seems like they have the busiest drive-thru in town. Today while leaving Publix which is usually difficult to do between 11 and 2 as a result of the traffic backing up at the Chick Fill A drive-thru. I did notice the following signs along with additional employees trying to solve this ongoing issue.

From Chick Fill A .com

Who we are

“We should be about more than just selling chicken. We should be a part of our customers’ lives and the communities in which we serve.”

S. TRUETT CATHY 1921—2014

Our founder, Truett Cathy, made the decision to close on Sundays in 1946 when he opened his first restaurant in Hapeville, Georgia. Having worked seven days a week in restaurants open 24 hours, Truett saw the importance of closing on Sundays so that he and his employees could set aside one day to rest and worship if they choose – a practice we uphold today.

 

The Cows

In 1995, a renegade cow, paintbrush in mouth, painted the three words “EAT MOR CHIKIN” on a Texas billboard. From that day forward, the burger-eating landscape was forever changed. These fearless cows, acting in enlightened self-interest, realized that when people eat chicken, they don’t eat beef. Today, the cows’ herds have increased and their message reaches millions – through television, radio, online, and on the occasional water tower. Needless to say, we fully endorse and appreciate the monumental efforts made by our most beloved bovine friends.

At the heart of Atlanta

Developing a positive legacy in our own backyard

We’re proud of our Georgia heritage, and more specifically that we call Atlanta our hometown. Our headquarters, known within the company as the Support Center for restaurant Operators, is located just outside of downtown. We are partners with the greater Atlanta business community in philanthropic endeavors, working to stimulate the local economy through job creation, as well as leading stewardship initiatives intended to leave Georgia better than we found it.

Visit us

The Chick-fil-A Backstage Tour offers an authentic storytelling experience inspired by the fascinating history, culture and values of the company. From our hospitable people and delicious food to the infectious “Eat Mor Chikin” Cows, you can explore the unique Chick-fil-A story with our guided walking tour.

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An image of a Chik-fil-A backstage home office tour badge

Innovation

 

Serving a breaded, boneless chicken breast between two buttered buns is a seemingly simple idea–but it was a novelty for its time. Truett Cathy experimented for years at the Dwarf Grill in Hapeville, GA when in 1964, he finally arrived at the perfect recipe. On that day, the Chick-fil-A® Chicken Sandwich was born. That capital A is on purpose – it means “grade A top quality”. Truett’s customers told him, “We like it, don’t change it again.” And we haven’t.

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Serving communities across the country with more than 2,400 restaurants, today customers can find Chick-fil-A inside airports, malls, college campuses, in the heart of Manhattan, and nestled among the thousands of busy streets connecting neighborhoods in 47 states and Washington D.C. An innovator from the start, Chick-fil-A was the first restaurant to pair shopping and eating by opening its first restaurant in an Atlanta-area mall. Today our restaurant designs are still leading the way, most recently receiving recognition for a California restaurant design that placed Chick-fil-A among the likes of design icons such as Apple, Ralph Lauren, and Lululemon.

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There’s nothing standard when it comes to doing business in New York City. To meet the fast-paced lifestyle of our urban customers, we created a new and quicker way to serve them by using iPads to take orders in line. We call it “upstream ordering.”

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Dont know what the big deal is .I tried them once and it was just an average sandwichi found it very bland and the bun a bit doughy and heavy .Tried it one more time thinking i just got one on a bad day.Nope just the same sandwich just as tasteless as the last one i tried and fries undercooked and no seasoning at all bland as can be no thx never again.

  2. I don’t see how this article is anything but an advertisement for the brand. The page consumes 885 words, of which 577 are entirely irrelevant references to the brand’s website, and only 70 (that’s a two-digit number) are copy by the author. I suggest the article be removed until such time as the author can property elaborate on the disaster that is the aforementioned parking lot. Until then, this article is an advertisement, the effect of which will be increased traffic to said parking lot, not the reverse, whichever was intended by the author.

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