Chick-fil-A

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Chick-fil-A, Inc.
Type Private
Industry Restaurants
When it was created May 23, 1946; 70 years ago (1946-05-23)
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Headquarters College Park, Georgia, United States
Number of locations More than 2,000[1]
Key people Dan T. Cathy, Chairman/CEO[2]
Things made Sandwiches, chicken entrées
Money earned IncreaseUS$6 billion (2016)
Website chick-fil-a.com
A Chick-fil-a restaurant.

Chick-fil-A is an American fast food restaurant chain known for not being open for service on Sundays. The franchise is based in Atlanta and has places in parts of the United States. Certain cities, particularly Chicago and Boston, have refused to allow Chick-fil-A to represent service in their areas.

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  1. Norman, Jan (August 11, 2012). "Franchises Can Expect Fallout". The Orange County Register: p. Business 2.
  2. http://www.ajc.com/news/business/dan-cathy-named-ceo-of-chick-fil-a/nbkd9/

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