Woodbridge Chick-fil-A Packed With Restaurant Supporters
The line was backed up past Chipotle.
The Woodbridge Chick-fil-A reopened last month, just in time to take advantage of the mad rush on the fried chicken fast food chain after Mike Huckabee called for supporters of traditional marriage to patronize Chick-fil-A today.
Patch editor Lauren Jost stopped by the popular fast food chain's location in Woodbridge today shortly after the lunch hour ended, and found the restaurant crowded with customers.
Traffic delays followed briefly on Prince William Parkway, as customers began queueing up before the turn into the Chick-fil-A parking lot.
Employees worked outside, taking orders from cars to speed up the process. The lobby was packed. Cars filled every available parking lot nearby, from the Starbucks to Bed, Bath & Beyond.
The county will decide early this month if they will host Chick-fil-A Chief Operating Officer Dan Cathy in November.
Are you supporting Chick-fil-A today or not? Why? Let us know in the comments.
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