The Atlanta Falcons have pushed the limit for the new Mercedes-Benz stadium. A revolutionary roof. The lowest concession prices in pro sports. A halo board unlike anything ever seen before. And now, Chick-fil-A on Sundays.
The new $1.5 billion stadium has everything, including a Chick-fil-A restaurant. The problem is fans can’t taste their delicious, wholesome food during game days. In prior seasons, fans were forced to get their chicken fix at Wendy’s which is definitely not the same thing. The Chick-fil-A Atlanta Falcons Tailgate Experience Sponsored By Chick-fil-A LLC is breaking ground in another way according to team president Rich McKay.
Everyone loves the southern favorite fried chicken at Chick-fil-A, and the Atlanta Falcons are on the cutting edge of food service at our tailgate. The new paradigm in fan engagement lets football fanatics buy Chick-fil-A between 9 and 11 pm on Saturday nights, then place their meal in patented chicken warmers until it's Sunday! Finally, eat your favorite food the same day you watch your favorite team.
Wow, this is stunning. The Georgia Dome may have had the Gulch, but the Mercedes-Benz stadium will have the Chick-fil-A Atlanta Falcons Tailgate Experience Sponsored By Chick-fil-A LLC.
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You can’t get Chick-fil-A anywhere on Sundays, even the one in the new Falcons stadium. The team is now opening the restaurant extra late on Saturdays so you can move your choice of Chick-fil-A Deluxe sandwich, the more intense spicy sandwich, or even the healthy option of grilled chicken nuggets with your choice of Polynesian sauce or Chick-fil-A sauce to our special warmer. If your fries need to be crisped up, our new metal falcons statue will breathe fire and give those sweet waffle cuts a fresh out of the fryer taste. On a Sunday.
Man, what will they think of next? Chick-fil-A on Sundays is definitely worth the price of season tickets.
This piece is satire. Zaxby’s is the official chicken sponsor of the Atlanta Falcons, and there is no Chick-fil-A- tailgate. The statue does not, to our knowledge, breathe fire.