It’s pretty common knowledge that Chick-fil-A is closed on Sundays to allow their employees time for family and worship (much like Hobby Lobby). A lot of people are aware of that because that’s when the cravings hit hardest, naturally.
But Chick-fil-A locations in north Texas opened last weekend on Sunday: not to the public, but to serve food to victims and emergency responders in the wake of tornados that struck the area on Saturday.
This is a good business that we are excited to have coming to Claremore! Scheduled to open 2017.
Where is it going to be in town?
Great! Now if they would only come to Pryor. We desperately need some more good food places in Pryor! Not Mexican or pizza places. We’re over run with them……
Don’t forget to keep supporting Charlie’s Chicken as well!
No more fast food!! We need restaurants!!
We are super super super stoked! My whole family from Coweta to Claremore!
Just read the post to open in 2017 man I was hoping to get it in 2016.
Brittany Parker Brumley
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