Chick-Fil-A Breaks Their Own Rules, For A Good Cause

January 01, 2016Jan 01, 2016

Chick-Fil-A is known for being closed on Sunday.  That practice was started back in 1946 when the first restaurant opened in Atlanta.  The policy was implemented by Founder Truett Cathy who believed that his employees should be allowed a day of rest to be with their families and go to church.

However, as deadly tornadoes tore through the Dallas area in Texas last Saturday, company policy gave way to goodwill and charity.  According to Breitbart, some of the restaurant's locations in Eastern Texas were opened so that volunteers could make and distribute food to the victims of the tornadoes as well as the first responders.  The restaurants were not opened to the public.

The mainstream media loves to bash Chick-Fil-A for their founder’s Christian principles.  However, the intolerance from the left doesn’t stop the company from showing what it truly means to be Christian, especially in times of disaster and emergency.