ATLANTA, Ga. — After a major investment in the fast food company from a wealthy Adventist, Chick-fil-A has announced that it will now close its doors on Saturdays.
The popular chain is already known for being closed on Sundays.
“We are going to need go large on faith to take both Saturdays and Sundays off,” said Chick-fil-A spokesperson, Sam Chuckin.
“There will probably be a hit to our bottom lines in the short term but on the bright side, I will never have to work weekends again.”
Chuckin added that in conversations with their new Adventist investor the need for new suppliers had come up.
“Loma Linda / Worthington was at the top of our list of suggested vendors.”