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Chick-fil-A Had a Great Way to Help Military Members See the Army-Navy Game

For military members who couldn’t get tickets to the Army-Navy game, Chick-fil-A had a great solution.

The franchise famous for their tasty fried chicken sandwiches opened a pop-up restaurant in Philly for military members, veterans, and their families to watch the big game.The pop-up restaurant had a special menu and also had games and other entertainment.

The company’s press release reads:

Chick-fil-A is proud to support and honor the men and women in the military and their families who have served, are serving, and will serve our country.

The Chick-fil-A pop-up restaurant is designed to bring fans of rival football teams together by creating a shared table. Members of the military will attend the event to participate in spirited competition, a shared meal and a watch party.

Other activities include a card writing station to show military appreciation, giveaways, food and much more. Chick-fil-A will also be flying in Army and Navy veterans nominated by local franchise Operators located across the country to attend the pre-game ceremonies and the game.

Chick-fil-A has long been a strong supporter of the U.S. military, offering appreciation nights, free meals and other perks to the men and women who serve.

The company’s founder, Truett Cathy, was a World War II veteran. Chick-fil-A also employs over 120,000 veterans. Being pro-military is a longstanding tradition for the company.

Needless to say, there was a lot of love for Chick-fil-A for doing this. Social media commenters let them know how much they appreciated it.

So not only do they have some of the most delicious fast food around, Chick-fil-A have gone out of their way again to do right by our military.

How many more reasons do you need to support the good folks at Chick-fil-A?!