Source: Business Insider
Chick-fil-A is winning people over with kindness. Lauren Langley’s Facebook post about an Alabama Chick-fil-A employee’s act of heroism has been shared more than 13,000 times since she posted it on Saturday. According to the post, two Chick-fil-A employees rescued Langley and her sons from their car in the middle of a heavy storm and offered them shelter in the restaurant. “I didn’t really do that to be thanked,” the 22-year-old team lead who helped bring Langley and her two sons to safety told Business Insider. Sign up for Business Insider’s retail newsletter, The Drive-Thru. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Chick-fil-A employees have done it again. A post about an employee at a Guntersville, Alabama, Chick-fil-A was shared more than 13,000 times on Facebook, highlighting yet another instance of the chain’s trademark kindness. The post , written by customer Lauren Langley on Saturday, details an employee’s act of heroism, saying he saved Langley and her sons from their car in the middle of a heavy storm on Saturday and offered them shelter in the restaurant.