Chick-fil-A Opened Doors On A Sunday For Teen With Cerebral Palsy

photo credit: Renee Sprague

When it comes to fast-food chains, Chick-Fil-A is one of the best. They're known for their amazing customer service and for having great food. Chick-Fil-A is typically closed on Sundays but in Mobile, Alabama they recently made an exception that that rule, all to make a boys Birthday wish come true.

Elijah Sprague is 14 and has autism and cerebral palsy. All Elijah wanted for his Birthday was to celebrate it at his favorite restaurant, Chick-Fil-A, "working" their drive-thru window.  Elijah's uncle managers the Chick-Fil-A in Mobile reached out to the store's owner when he heard of Elijah's Birthday wish.

Although the restaurant is typically closed on Sundays, the store's owner decided to make an exception for Elijah. On Sunday, friends and family of Elijah came through the drive-thru to celebrate! With a smile on his face, Elijah gave out more than 65 cookies. After the drive-thru fun, Elijah and his friends, many who also have special needs, continued the festivities by playing uninterrupted in the Chick-Fil-A  playroom!!  

Add this to the many reasons why so many people love Chick-Fil-A!! Simply beautiful! 

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