For his first home football game, Columbia, S.C., student Terence Frechette needed to arrive to school that morning wearing a dress shirt and tie. One problem: Terence didn’t know how to tie a tie. It’s a skill his father would have taught him, but he was currently deployed.
Since first opening its doors, Chick-fil-A has valued quality time together. From building relationships with guests, to encouraging shared moments between friends and families, togetherness has been at the core of our business. And this holiday season, we wanted to extend that spirit of “Together Time” even further.
Whether on stage, in the classroom or behind the counter, Chick-fil-A 2019 True Inspiration Scholarship winner Corryn Barnes knows the meaning of hard work. Following the lead of her supportive parents, Tommy and Diana, Barnes grew up believing that no dream is too big – even one to become the President of the United States.
Ready or not, the holiday season is upon us! Stores are filled with decorations, children are writing letters to Santa, and fans have one question: Is the Peppermint Chocolate Chip Milkshake back on the Chick-fil-A menu?
Ten people, three bedrooms, one bathroom. Such was life growing up for John Starr. In the tiny home, Starr shared his bedroom mattress with a brother, while three other brothers slept in the bunks below. “It was pretty cramped,” concedes Starr, now 33, who is the local franchise Operator of Chick-fil-A Snellville, just outside Atlanta.