Chick-fil-A performs works of necessity for stranded travelers
Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A answered the call from the city‚Äôs mayor and came to the rescue Sunday night to help feed thousands of stranded travelers at powerless Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. ‚ÄúThe mayor called about 10 p.m. and asked for assistance,‚ÄĚ Chick-fil-A said in a statement. ‚ÄúWe immediately mobilized staff and team members who live and work near the airport, and they are making sandwiches and delivering them to the EOC (emergency operations center).‚ÄĚ
Anne wrote: Many, John! But trolling isn't one of them.
You stated in your post of 8:03 AM today "A day of rest apart from acts of necessity and of mercy?". That very statement indicates you have some sort of problem with Chick-fil-A employees working this past Sunday to prepare free meals for those stranded at the International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia. And I am not trolling.
Quiet Christian, I'm not sure where I heard that; I'm thinking it was during the hurricane events this year in the south. I believe that was the statement an employee gave. It's a piece of the Westminister Shorter Catechism although I am unaware of any denomination they align with. Love their food at any rate and so nice to see the charity they freely give.
Chick fil A does it again! Thanks to this company for being there in times of crisis. Their example should inspire us to do the same in the name of Jesus Christ.
Chick fil A responding to a crisis with food, even on Sundays or hours they would normally be closed, happens so routinely that there must be a corporate policy in place providing guidance and expectations regarding response. Does anyone know what that policy is?