For the past year, 92-year-old Ernie has followed the same routine six days a week. Rain or shine, he gets into his car around lunchtime to make a three-mile drive from his home in Avon, Indiana, to his local Chick-fil-A restaurant, where he orders the same meal: 6-count Chick-fil-A Nuggets, Waffles Fries and a root beer.
In October 2003, Chick-fil-A Operator Bruce Ploeser and his team were preparing to open the first free-standing Chick-fil-A in the Phoenix area. The Goodyear, Arizona, grand opening was significant, marking one of the first restaurants in Chick-fil-A’s West Coast expansion. Yet 15 years later, the opening would prove to have far greater significance than his team could have imagined: it was the site of the first-ever Chick-fil-A First 100® Campout.
Whether it’s turning your center console into a dipping tray for your favorite Chick-fil-A sauce or buckling dinner into your kid’s car seat, one thing is certain: our guests get creative when taking care of their precious cargo. Here are some of our favorite ways that guests are taking their meals on wheels:
Attention all Chick-fil-A Nugget fans! Beginning Thursday, Aug. 30, we are giving away a free eight-count of chicken nuggets, either classic or grilled, until Saturday, Sept. 29.
Do you count on Chick-fil-A Nugget 8-Counts several times a week? Your love for one of our menu favorites may have helped put your state on the ma From the home of one of the seven wonders of the world to a northern shopping mecca, customers in these 10 states ate the most nuggets in 2017, as determined by percentage of nugget sales, proving it’s still all about the classics:
Dinner can be the most complicated meal of the day. After hours of working or running errands, preparing a meal for the family (or even just for yourself!) can feel like a daunting task. And if you’re trying to eat on the lighter side, your decision becomes even more complex.