Chick-fil-A Employees Save the Day By Helping Man Broke Down in Drive-Thru

As a Christian-owned company, Chick-fil-A is constantly attacked by the Left. But liberals often overlook the quality employees the company attracts and cultivates, as exemplified recently when employees at an East Ridge, Tennessee, franchise helped a customer who’s truck broke down in the drive-thru lane due to a flat tire.

The employees didn’t hesitate to swoop in and help the man.

The Blaze reports that the employees not only helped the man change his tire but brought him new hot food and threw some free cookies in as well.

In a Facebook post, Brian Hall called the employees “saints:”

“Bunch of saints over at the chickfila in east ridge! My tire somehow went flat in the drive through so they rushed out to replace it for me with their hydraulic Jack. They brought my food out to me then after it was done replaced my food with new fresh food so it wouldn’t be cold and put two cookies in there for free!”

“Those people are truly doing the Lord’s work over there!” he added.

Hall told Fox News the employees went above and beyond what anyone would expect.

“They rushed out when they saw what happened and wouldn’t let me do a thing,” he said. “I am a carpenter and work with my hands a lot, so it was a little funny letting other people do that for me, but they insisted.”

“Their kindness was overwhelming in the middle of a somewhat awkward situation,” Hall continued.

“They truly went above and beyond to be Christ-like,” he added. “And they didn’t even know I am a worship leader because with all of my tattoos I definitely don’t look like one.”

Anyone who has ever visited a Chick-fil-a knows that they go out of their way to deliver quality service, especially when compared to other fast food chains. Their Christian charity shines through at the customer level and also the work they do for so many great causes at the corporate level.

If the Left could stop hating on Chick-fil-a long enough, they might be able to acknowledge their kindness.

East Ridge, Tennessee, would be a good place to start.

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