Chick Fil A is not your typical fast food. If it makes you feel cheap on the same level at McDonalds that’s on you. Also, I don’t really know what to tell you for their political slant. I’m not bothered enough to not eat there and neither is 95% of everyone else, so not sure what you really expect“They’re doing hardcore, extreme stuff, but they make it seem like it’s a bunch of soup kitchens.”www.them.us
Chick-fil-A is under attack over its CEO's ties to a Christian charity accused of trying to squash proposed LGBTQ protections. Here's what we know about the chain's donations.Chick-fil-A is facing backlash over its CEO's donations to the National Christian Charitable Foundation.www.businessinsider.com
The fast food chain’s billionaire owner is currently funding a campaign to derail the Equality Act.www.out.com
Also as @Zachary said, chain fastfood in a theme park makes it feel cheap to me. I expect that of a Six Flags, not a SEAS park.
If the one in Hershey is any indication (and I expect it is), CFA will be closed on Sundays. IIRC all in park locations are corporate partners.What does CFA do on Sundays in other parks, having taken the spot of some park-run restaurant that probably would have remained open on Sundays to serve the crowds that typically pour into a theme park during the second busiest day of the week? Going dark on Sundays sucks in a park that arguably has only half a dozen places to serve something like a full meal to a crowd of tens of thousands in the span of just a couple of hours per mealtime.
That’s not at all what the post above you claims, though I now realize I didn’t do a great job with my wording to separate the effects of CFA’s Sunday closing doctrine from the effects of their anti-inclusion politics. Those are indeed two very different sets of negative impacts, one far more important than the other (which is merely annoying). They do stem from the same “reasons” fundamentally, as I stated. Still, I should have separated them better in that one sentence starting with “Just not on Sundays.”This thread is massively downplaying the popularity of chick-fil-a, to the point where I see people acting like the world of good it does for the park 6 days of the week is somehow outweighed by lengthening lines elsewhere one day. To add on to that, closing on sundays does not create an unwelcoming and oppressive environment like the comment above me claims it does.
IDK if I would call it suspicious. More like sad or disappointing but thats another discussion.Really suspicious how people are disliking posts showing that CFA has done shitty things to the lgbt community. Anyway I think putting any fast food in a SEAS park is really tacky.