Paul Rosser has been with Chick-fil-A for nearly half his life. He started out as a team member during high school, continued through college (University of Tennessee - Go Vols!), and has been with the company ever since.
The apples enjoyed by Chick-fil-A customers in the Seattle area don’t have to travel far. They’re Washington natives, from the town of Cashmere —the geographic center of Washington State— nestled between the Enchantment Basin and Wenatchee National Forest. It’s an area rich in agriculture, where thousands of acres of apple tree orchards dot the eastern side of the Cascade Mountains.