Chick-fil-A

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Chick-fil-A, Inc.
Private
IndustryRestaurants
FoundedMay 23, 1946; 73 years ago (1946-05-23)
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Headquarters,
United States
Number of locations
More than 2,000[1]
Key people
Dan T. Cathy, Chairman/CEO[2]

S. Truett Cathy,

Founder
ProductsSandwiches, chicken entrées
RevenueIncreaseUS$9 billion (2017)
Websitechick-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. Chick-fil-A is banned in Boston.[3]

Sources[change | change source]

  1. Norman, Jan (August 11, 2012). "Franchises Can Expect Fallout". The Orange County Register. p. Business 2.
  2. Leon Stafford, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "Dan Cathy named CEO of Chick-fil-A". ajc.
  3. "Chick-fil-A looks to land in Boston". Boston Herald. 2018-11-10. Retrieved 2019-02-19.

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