Chick-fil-A will soon be the third largest fast food chain. And the College Park, Georgia-based company continues to uphold its long-standing policy of being closed on Sundays.
One of its locations is a fast-food stand inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the new home for the Atlanta Falcons. This stadium is also home to Super Bowl LIII.
The no-Sundays policy means, for the vast majority of the Falcons’ home games, and for Super Bowl LIII, fans will not be able to enjoy Chick-fil-A’s chicken sandwiches during the game.
Video Spotlight: Go Inside the Mercedes-Benz Stadium Chick-fil-A
This post is based on the Fox 29 article, Chick-fil-A: Closed Sundays… even Super Bowl Sunday!, by Fox News 5, January 22, 2019; and the YouTube video, Go Inside the Mercedes-Benz Stadium Chick-fil-A, by chickfila, January 3, 2018. Image source: Ingram Publishing / SuperStock.
1. Why did Chick-fil-A choose this location, if it will be closed for most of the Atlanta Falcons’ games?
Guidance: Although the location will be closed for the majority of the Atlanta Falcons’ games, there are many other events at the stadium. These include Major League Soccer (Atlanta United FC), college football games including Continue reading