The founder of a new pro-life clothing brand, which earlier this year named prominent pro-lifer Abby Johnson as its Global Ambassador, said her company’s goal is to become the “Chick-fil-A of fashion.”
In many U.S. cities, the opening of a new Chick-fil-A is met with long lines for chicken sandwiches and waffle fries. In Canada’s largest city, though, the grand opening of a Chick-fil-A last week was met with protestors calling for a boycott.
A group of University of Kansas faculty members is calling for the removal of Chick-fil-A from their campus, saying the popular restaurant is a “bastion of bigotry” and that it makes some students feel less safe.
To most of us, 16 is just another number, but for Mark Miller – Chick-fil-A’s Vice President of training and development – the number 16 is special. Mark was hired by Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy as the 16th member of the chicken chain’s corporate staff.