Some are small, some are big, and some are the ultimate goal: reaching Chick-fil-A One™ Red status. What all does that entail, exactly? Well first, it requires being a Chick-fil-A One Member and using the Chick-fil-A® App (download it on the App Store or Google Play). Easy enough, right?
It’s December 27, 2017, and Tony Levine is gathering his family for a quick photo on the field at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., home to the San Francisco 49ers. Levine is an assistant football coach for the Purdue Boilermakers, who just won the Foster Farms Bowl in thrilling fashion, coming from behind in the closing seconds to defeat the Arizona Wildcats, 38-35.
When Mpu Mpofu, a longtime customer of Chick-fil-A 17th & Wanamaker in Topeka, Ks., began his routine of writing out his order at the restaurant counter, he was surprised by the response. Mpofu is deaf and did not expect the response from Team Member Leo Cangiani, who stepped forward and calmly signed, “How are you? Can I help you?”
College football is back, and the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game in Atlanta will once again host two of the sport’s top teams. Fresh off another appearance in the National Championship Game, the defending SEC champion Alabama Crimson Tide, ranked No. 2 in the country, will take on the Duke Blue Devils at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
A story of change started with a viral video. A video featuring a man from a small Turkish community was making the rounds on social media. This young Deaf man, feeling disconnected from his peers, is shown visiting various places in his village. One day, he is surprised to encounter people who are able to communicate with him through sign language.
Baseball coach Chuck Marshall knows just the right way to pitch the ball to his players. His team gets a hit every time they’re at bat, and they never strike out. It took time for him to perfect this skill though –he’s trained for it from the day his son joined the team as a six-year-old.
Some amazing things have come through Chick-fil-A drive-thrus: A couple at a restaurant in Arvada, Colo., made a stop on the way to the hospital to deliver a baby. Two police officers on horseback strolled up to place their orders at the Chick-fil-A in Florence, Ala. A teenager at the location in Madison, Ala., used our drive-thru for a promposal.