I will always think of Chick-Fil-A first when looking for a place to eat because of the experience I had while at the Chick-fil-A Capital Centre FSU. It's very simple and many would probably just brush it off, but given the world today, it made an impact. It's very simply this: only a month or two after having our daughter, we were travelling around the D.C. area and I was famished! Having to nurse a baby takes a lot out of you and I was particularly hungry. We pulled off to the Cap Center shopping area and found the Chick-Fil-A. We already like to support Chick-Fil-A because of its association with Christian organizations. The only problem we had is that Chick-Fil-A, or at least this particular one, does not accept credit cards and I had a grand total of $3 on me. So I stood at in front of the menu, trying to find the best way to spend my $3 on something grilled, not fried. The cashier noticed how I was debating. I finally settled on a grilled chicken sandwich with a small drink. The cashier asked if I wanted a combo meal, but I explained that I had only $3 on me. She put together my bag and just before handing it to me, asked if I wanted fries. I said "yes, but I don't have any more cash for them." She said it's alright and included it in the meal for me.
It was a very small and simple thing to do and I'm sure it really didn't cost Chick-Fil-A much, but I am always grateful for folks who go out of their way to help others. And the woman cashier at this Chick-Fil-A helped me.
I will definitely go back to eat there again and again.