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A Chick-Fil-A in Griffin, Georgia has touched the hearts of many in its area after honoring a fallen police officer by closing its doors during the funeral procession.
Most people either hate or absolutely love Chick-Fil-A. The relationship has been this way since Chick-Fil-A president Dan Cathy openly expressed his views on gay marriage, according to The Freedom Press.
Even though many were outraged by Cathy’s remarks, Chick-Fil-A continues to demonstrate a sense of community, according to Mad World News.
On Monday, June 9, the town of Griffin was heartbroken and mourning fallen officer Kevin Jordan.
The Griffin Dwarf House Chick-Fil-A posted outside its restaurant: “Chick-Fil-A of Griffin Dwarf House will suspend all transactions as the funeral processional for Officer Kevin Jordan passes our location Monday afternoon, June 9th. Thank you for helping us pay respect to our fallen officer.”
Chick-Fil-A demonstrated an act that let the Jordan family know their community was standing behind them.
According to the location’s website, they have committed to serving the community with exceptional service as well as getting to know everyone that walks through the door.
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