It’s a familiar scene. You’re running your daily errands, and hunger strikes. You don’t have time to spare, so you hit up the Chick-fil-A drive-thru. When you arrive, the line is wrapped around the restaurant. But you still get in the line, because you know you’ll get your food in no time.
Picture this: You’re hungry and you pull up to your favorite restaurant, only to discover that it’s closed for renovations for a few months. Your stomach grumbles. Your chicken sandwich dreams begin to fade. That is, until you notice another restaurant beside it made from… shipping containers? That’s exactly what happened after the Newnan Dwarf House closed its little red door on March 24.
Chick-fil-A announced today plans to open a new Innovation Satellite Office in Georgia Institute of Technology’s Tech Square at the historic Biltmore. This new satellite office, along with the ongoing intern recruitment program that will be housed there, are part of a larger partnership with Georgia Tech, and emphasize Chick-fil-A’s commitment to innovation.