Chick-fil-a feeding its local students for free with new campaign

Chantilly's Chick-fil-a is reaching out to local students with a new marketing campaign: After School Special. Photo: Associated Press

WASHINGTON, DC, November 11, 2013 — Chick-fil-a at Chantilly Place loves serving hungry students so much that they’re going to do it for free.

The popular Virginia Chic-fil-a will give away free waffle fries to a different local high school each day as part of its After School Special. As a way to reach out to students, each week the chicken eatery will give away a different free offer from 2 to 5pm.

Chick-fil-a’s first week of After School Specials starts Tuesday with Westfield High School. Chantilly High School students will receive free fries on Wednesday, while Thursday is dedicated to Centreville High School.

Finishing the week off, Freedom and John Champe High Schools have Friday to receive the free offer.

The After School Special offer joins the many marketing campaigns from Chantilly’s Chick-fil-a including Football Jersey Night every Monday from 4 to 10pm.

To find out more, visit www.cfachantilly.com

 


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