Chick-fil-A is truly under attack.
The Left is waging constant attacks on the tasty chicken sandwich chain simply because their owners believe in Christian values.
And the radical Left lost their minds after Chick-fil-A got the best news possible.
Simply closing on Sundays and having owners that believe in traditional marriage is enough for Chick-fil-A to face constant boycott campaigns from the radical Left.
But, unlike many companies that would buckle under the pressure, Chick-fil-A remains standing strong.
And as it turns out, that policy is working in their favor in a big way.
New numbers from Nation’s Restaurant News (NRN) show that Chick-fil-A is the third largest restaurant chain in the U.S. bringing in $38.52 billion in sales.
The only two larger restaurant chains are McDonalds and Starbucks.
This is a huge improvement, considering that Chick-fil-A was in seventh place a year ago.
Christian fast food chain Chick-fil-A may be open 52 days a year less than the competition, but it’s still managed to become the third largest restaurant chain in the United States, according to new numbers released by Nation’s Restaurant News (NRN).
NRN’s analysis finds Chick-fil-A rising to third place from seventh place the year before, Fox Business reports, with its $38.52 billion in total sales placing it just behind McDonald’s and Starbucks. The chain has over 2,400 locations in 47 states and enjoyed double-digit sales growth for the fifth year in a row.
The company is famously operated on the Christian principles of its national leadership, including closing on Sundays, listing “to glorify God” as part of its corporate purpose, and its active charitable arm. Former Chick-fil-A CMO Steve Robinson connects its values to its success, telling Fox Business that its treatment of customers is what makes it truly stand out.
This is a major blow to the radical left.
Virtually all major restaurant chains have folded into the Left’s demands to support far-Left causes like “Pride month.”
But Chick-fil-A has done none of that, and it turns out they are doing better than ever.
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