What’s it like to work at a Chick-fil-A restaurant? Team Members will tell you there are perks, from delicious food on the ready and Sundays off to close teams and scholarships. But don’t take our word for it.
A name tag typically tells you one thing: a name. It could be the name you were born with or a nickname you’ve earned over the years, but a name nonetheless. But if you walk into Operator Joe Weber’s Chick-fil-A in Castle Rock, Colorado, you’ll notice something different about his Team Members’ name tags. The person who’s serving you a Chicken Sandwich with Waffle Fries isn’t just a “Jessica” or a “Darrell.” That person is a “Future Veterinarian” or a “Future Engineer.”
Late last year, Dat Nguyen received an honor that no other Chick-fil-A Operator holds: He was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame.
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The corner of Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive is pretty much Main and Main for the civil rights movement in Atlanta. It’s at this intersection that leaders like Joseph E. Boone, Ralph David Abernathy and Andrew Young lived, worked and planned the protests and marches that would shape the country. It’s also the location of the newest Chick-fil-A restaurant in Atlanta.