Chick-fil-A to Reward ‘Community Heroes’

One hundred people will be recognized as “community heroes” when Chick-fil-A opens its newest restaurant in Huntington, the company says.

“Chick-fil-A Huntington is looking forward to recognizing 100 individuals who are making an impact in the Huntington community to show gratitude for their local service,” the company said.

Recipients are not announced until after the individuals are notified, to maintain the news as a surprise. They will be identified on the restaurant’s Facebook page.

The company did not explain how recipients are chosen but other restaurants in the chain have selected hospital workers and others to receive free meals for a year.

The Huntington restaurant is expected to open by the first week in December. Its at 200 E Jericho Turnpike, and shares an entrance with the Target store.

The community heroes program replaces the company’s “first 100” which gave free meals to the first 100 customers at a new restaurant.

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