Chick-fil-A: Customers Line Up Day Ahead of Opening in Greece, NY

Chick-fil-A is popular all over the U.S. and one new location is opening up in Greece, New York, prompting customers to arrive much earlier than anticipated.×150.png 150w,×40.png 40w,×30.png 30w,×160.png 160w,×65.png 65w,×100.png 100w,×80.png 80w,×125.png 125w,×50.png 50w,×71.png 71w,×120.png 120w” sizes=”(max-width: 185px) 100vw, 185px” />The fried chicken sandwich chain has quite the following as evidenced by the droves of fans who showed up at a store that will be opening in the Rochester-area town a full day ahead of the store’s opening. Its doors are opening on Thursday morning, but as of 6 a.m. Wednesday morning, a line had formed outside the restaurant.

It seems like a wild proposition that so many people would show up that early to get a chicken sandwich, but the reason behind this craze is the fact that the first 100 customers in the Greece, NY restaurant will receive a year’s supply of Chick-fil-A. It’s unclear how many people have shown up to the store already.

“They’re going to be with us all night, we’re going to play games, we’re going to have a lot of fun,” said Chick-fil-A event planner, Courtney Rice. It is also unclear whether or not these fans have work or school on Wednesday and Thursday or if they simply took a day or two off to ensure a year’s supply of the tasty chicken sandwiches.

“It’s really a community bonding. When you do the first 100 together, you leave with friends that you never had before,” added Rice.

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