Texas Chick-fil-A breaks ‘no work on Sunday’ rule . . . ‘can’t wait to thank them’

At least one local Texas Chick-fil-A outlet did something over the weekend it has never done before — it broke the company-wide rule of never working on Sunday. But it did so for a good cause.

It delivered free sandwiches to first responders and victims of the tornadoes that swept across the Lone Star state.

Texas local Jared Guynes posted to his Facebook page:

This morning Chick-fil-A is breaking their own rule and cooking on a Sunday. For the best reason possible, to help feed those first responders and people in need affected by last night’s tornadoes.

Posted by Jared Guynes on Sunday, December 27, 2015

He later added:

I saw employees inside the ChickFilA location in Rockwall today, presumably restocking their truck to make runs. So I know they are participating.

Unsure of the other locations but I would presume Rowlett is helping too.

Regardless of (who exactly) it’s awesome to see.


His post went viral, racking up more than 77,000 likes, 23,000 shares and 2,000 comments.

Twelve hours later Guyners posted a suggestion on his Facebook page:

I don’t know about you guys, but I can’t wait go and show my appreciation to Chick-fil-A on Monday to thank them for…

Posted by Jared Guynes on Sunday, December 27, 2015

Sounds like a good idea.

While the left continues to bash the fast food giant, Chick-fil-A goes on doing good deeds to help those who need or otherwise deserve it.

When motorists in the Birmingham, Alabama area were stranded on the highway during a rare snowstorm, Chick-fil-A was there to hand out free food.

Just last month, Chick-fil-A outlets in the metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia area offered free sandwiches to veterans to celebrate Veterans Day.

But liberals will continue on their tirade against the fast food chain, because its founder believes in traditional marriage — something President Barack Obama claimed to support during his first presidential run.

H/T: Young Conservatives


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