Local Ownership

Leadership

Since the first restaurant opened its doors nearly 50 years ago, Chick-fil-A has grown from one man's vision to one of the largest family-owned businesses in the country. Much of the company's success has been credited to the stability and consistency within Chick-fil-A, Inc.'s leadership team. While corporate leadership at many quick-service restaurants change frequently, many senior leaders at Chick-fil-A have been with the company for more than 20 years. Tenured leadership -- and a passion for serving others -- has enabled the company to be unwavering in supporting its locally-owned franchises to ensure that the Chick-fil-A brand continues to thrive.

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RESTAURANT OPERATOR: Andrew Armstrong

It’s my full-time job—and really my passion—to make sure your interaction with my restaurant is always a great one.

While I am part of a large organization, as an Owner-Operator, I’m actually an individual business partner of Chick-fil-A. This brings not only responsibility and accountability, which is good for Guests and our Team Members alike, it also allows me to bring a local flavor to the Restaurant.

The root of the word Restaurant means “to restore or refresh.” We want to be a place where our neighbors can find restoration—where Guests connect with family and friends. We want this to be a place in which our guests create memories, have important conversations, and even heal or restore relationships while being served a delicious meal and genuinely cared for in a welcoming environment.

I love meeting members of our community, so if you happen to see me around the Restaurant, please take a few minutes to get acquainted.

I truly look forward to meeting you.

- Andrew