The Chick-fil-A In Mercedes-Benz Stadium WON’T Be Open For The Super Bowl

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Nothing like a good chicken sandwich on Super Bowl Sunday. Unfortunately, Chick-fil-A isn’t open on Sundays.

Awhile back, we published a heartbreaking exposé on the new Chick-fil-A location that was strategically placed inside the Atlanta Falcons stadium. You can read all the details here, but long story short… it’s closed on Sunday. You know, when the Falcons play football and bring some 70,000 chicken lovin’ fools into the stadium. Yeah, that day.

But this year, Atlanta has graciously been afforded the opportunity to host Super Bowl LIII, so you would think Chick-fil-A might make an exception and start slinging that delicious chicken for Super Bowl fans, I mean, these fans are coming all the way from L.A. and Boston, treat ’em to some home cooked Southern-fried chicken.

Nope. Still closed.

You appreciate a company willing stand to for something, willing to hold fast to their convictions, but…

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