Chick-fil-A is more than just a darn good chicken sandwich and waffle fries. They hold strong with their Christian, conservative values. Despite the pressure they get from the left, they refuse to fold. Their Chick-fil-A Memorial Day tribute sets the bar for all others. They reserved an entire table to make sure the tribute gets the attention it deserves. Check it out.

Chick-fil-A Memorial Day Tribute

Chick-fil-A Memorial Day tribute

The tribute reads:

“We cover a small table with a white cloth to honor a soldier’s pure heart when he answers his country’s call to duty. We place a lemon slice and grains of salt on a plate to show a captive soldier’s bitter fate and tears of families waiting for loved ones to return. We push an empty chair to the table for the missing soldiers who are not here. We lay a black napkin for the sorrow of captivity, and turn over the glass for the meal that won’t be eaten. We place a white candle for peace. And finally a red rose in a vase tied with a red ribbon for the hope that all our missing will return someday. You are not forgotten so long as there is one left in whom your memory remains.”

Here is a photo of the table to put it in perspective in the restaurant and give you an impression of the setting.

Chick-fil-A Memorial Day Tribute

This particular setting was at the Marietta, GA location, but they are set up across the country, paying respects to our military.

Chick-fil-A released a statement on their official website:

“As part of our mission to have a positive influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A, many of our Franchised Restaurant Operators offer programs that help to enrich their local communities.”

Despite pressure from the left, Chick-fil-A has held their ground. They continue with their Christian values. Also they continue to honor the code of "honor, dignity and respect" when handling their customers.

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