The hopes - and appetites - of an arena full of basketball fans were riding on Mike Shelly. If Shelly made a layup, a free throw, a three-pointer and a half-court shot in 45 seconds, every person watching the Philadelphia 76ers play that night inside the Wells Fargo Center would win a free Chick-fil-A Chicken Biscuit.
As a stay-at-home mom to five boys, Lindsay Watts rarely stays at home; her days are filled with school carpool lines and endless errands. On a recent afternoon, as Lindsay and her 5-year-old son headed to pick up their weekly, mid-errand lunch at Chick-fil-A Larkridge in Thornton, Colorado, her car was sideswiped. Thankfully, the only damage was to the car, but this meant their lunchtime would be spent dealing with paperwork and local police instead of chicken sandwiches.
One of the first signs of the holiday season is that familiar smell of peppermint. It seems to be everywhere: candy canes adorn Christmas trees and all of your favorite beverages get a peppermint pop, including Chick-fil-A’s Peppermint Chocolate Chip Milkshake. It is safe to say the peppermint is the official flavor of the holiday season.