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(CBS Pittsburgh)   Riverhounds get a red card for partnering with Chick-Fil-A   (pittsburgh.cbslocal.com) divider line
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5 days ago  
FTA it appears that the agreement was with one franchise, unless "the McKnight Chick-fil-A" has an extra word thrown in for no reason

So you stopped doing business with a local employer, and the publicity will make the MAGATS around the country go buy 5 sandwiches for lunch instead of the usual 4 they get daily. Thus making more money for corporate,

Not saying the boycott is wrong, just that The Good Place is right about unintended consequences
 
5 days ago  
If you think that's bad the Chick-Fil-A at the Atlanta Falcons home stadium is only opening up for one game this entire season -- and it's against the Patriots!
 
5 days ago  

baka-san: FTA it appears that the agreement was with one franchise, unless "the McKnight Chick-fil-A" has an extra word thrown in for no reason

So you stopped doing business with a local employer, and the publicity will make the MAGATS around the country go buy 5 sandwiches for lunch instead of the usual 4 they get daily. Thus making more money for corporate,

Not saying the boycott is wrong, just that The Good Place is right about unintended consequences


McKnight is a suburb of Pittsburgh in the north hills between Ross Township and McCandless.  It was an agreement for the Chick-fil-A in McKnight to provide the sandwiches at the stadium.  Probably had nothing to do with the national chain.

Does beg the question: what happens on the Sunday home games?  Will Chick-Fil-A still provide services?
 
5 days ago  
All this and yet every time I drive by the Chick-fil-A near lunch/dinner time, there's legit 20 cars in the drive thru alone.
 
5 days ago  

MizzouGuy: All this and yet every time I drive by the Chick-fil-A near lunch/dinner time, there's legit 20 cars in the drive thru alone.


Internet warriors are only tough on the internet.
 
5 days ago  

abmoraz: baka-san: FTA it appears that the agreement was with one franchise, unless "the McKnight Chick-fil-A" has an extra word thrown in for no reason

So you stopped doing business with a local employer, and the publicity will make the MAGATS around the country go buy 5 sandwiches for lunch instead of the usual 4 they get daily. Thus making more money for corporate,

Not saying the boycott is wrong, just that The Good Place is right about unintended consequences

McKnight is a suburb of Pittsburgh in the north hills between Ross Township and McCandless.  It was an agreement for the Chick-fil-A in McKnight to provide the sandwiches at the stadium.  Probably had nothing to do with the national chain.

Does beg the question: what happens on the Sunday home games?  Will Chick-Fil-A still provide services?


The summer college team we share a stadium with had a two-season deal with CFA about a decade ago.  They made up the sandwiches and delivered them to the concession stand twice a game and stuck them in hotboxes.  Sundays they just weren't available.
 
5 days ago  

MizzouGuy: All this and yet every time I drive by the Chick-fil-A near lunch/dinner time, there's legit 20 cars in the drive thru alone.


I never go there . Too many cars in line .
 
4 days ago  

RottenEggs: MizzouGuy: All this and yet every time I drive by the Chick-fil-A near lunch/dinner time, there's legit 20 cars in the drive thru alone.

I never go there . Too many cars in line .


Or, nobody goes there anymore...the lines are too long.
 
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