Understanding the Controversial Rise of Chick-Fil-A

(via) American fast food giant Chick-Fil-A has an uncanny knack for getting plenty of free air-time. This could be because of the family covenant that forces every restaurant in the chain to be closed on Sunday (for spiritual reflection); the money it has given to anti-LGBTQ2 organisations; or the ongoing debate as to whether or not its famously simple and delicious chicken sandwiches are the edible second coming. Who’s to say? CNBC gives answers in this short but informative video.

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