Sending a jet ski to rescue someone during a flood; donating 200 sandwiches to a gay pride event; paying their employees during a 5-month shut-down for building renovations; and, delivering free sandwiches to stranded drivers in a freak snowstorm—these are just some of the examples over the years featuring Chick-fil-A workers going ‘above and beyond the call’ of serving fast food.
It happened again on July 11, when a manager at the fast food franchise in Severn, Maryland responded with a “beautiful” act of kindness for a 96-year-old World War II veteran who was “shaking” and “almost in tears.”
Mr. Lee came into the store saying he had a flat tire. That’s when a store manager Daryl Howard jumped into action.
“As soon as he finished his sentence, Daryl informed me he needed to help this gentleman right now,” another store manager, Rudy Somoza told CNN.
While the employee was changing the tire, which only took about 15 minutes, Somoza snapped a photo to capture the selfless act of service.
This now joins the many other stories about Chick-Fil-A generosity in our GNN news archives.
(WATCH the video from WTVT) – Photo courtesy of Rudy Somoza
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