Chick-fil-A Stands Firm on Godly Principles, Won't Make Exception to Open on Super Bowl Sunday in Atlanta

January 22, 2019Jan 22, 2019

Chick-fil-A has quickly become a favorite restaurant for millions of Americans. The delicious chicken sandwiches are the perfect meal!

However, all true fans of Chick-fil-A know that the Christian-based company closes on Sundays. Recently, people began to wonder if they would make an exception for the Super Bowl. The company is based in Atlanta and the Super Bowl is being held in Atlanta this year. Some people thought they might allow one location to open just as an exception: their stand inside the stadium!

"Chick-fil-A is punting on the opportunity to score LOTS of potential cash by refusing to open up one very important location for Super Bowl Sunday ... TMZ has learned. Sources connected to the fast-food chain tell us the Chick-fil-A stand inside Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium -- where Super Bowl LIII will be played in a couple weeks -- will, in fact, remain closed on Feb. 3 ... just like every other Sunday before it," according to TMZ.

This is a great story. It shows that the cooperate chain puts God and family above money and profits. They give their employees Sundays off so they can rest and be with their family, as well as go to church.

"We're told that although the MBS location won't be open, Chick-fil-A is still one of the corporate sponsors for the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee ... and our sources say CfA is happy to be there in spirit and through its donation to JFK Park," wrote TMZ.

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