News reports spoke of long lines and traffic jams at numerous
Chick-fil-A outlets yesterday. CNN quotes a Barboursville, West
Virginia, customer who said "the scene at Chick-fil-A seemed like a
massive silent protest." It was no different at the restaurant in
Searcy, 50 miles northeast of Little Rock, Arkansas.
About the business success of the day, Fox News reports on a
statement provided by the company: "We are very grateful and
humbled by the incredible turnout of loyal Chick-fil-A customers on
August 1 at Chick-fil-A restaurants around the country. We
congratulate local Chick-fil-A owner/operators and their team
members for striving to serve each and every customer with genuine
hospitality. While we don't release exact sales numbers, we can
confirm reports that it was a record-setting day."
Huckabee says one demographic was probably not too thrilled
about Wednesday's turnout. "I don't think the chickens were too
happy about the day," he tells Fox News. "They really gave their
lives in mass numbers."
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