The staff here is trained to greet everyone who comes through the dining room door with hearty “Welcome to Chick-fil-A!” But now that the dining room is closed to the public, that phrase isn’t being used there as much as it was only a few short weeks ago.
The staff now at Chick-fil-A Bristow have been working to serve their customers from the drive-through window and utilizing curbside pick up.
That means that, despite the coronavirus pandemic, Chick-fil-A’s faithful customers have continued to come to the restaurant to support their favorite eatery.
So with an empty Dining room, on Monday the Marketing Director, Karen Allam came in to brighten things up literally by setting up a table display of spring colors and Easter-themed decorations for the Team Members accented with Easter gift baskets that she made. Since their store Easter Egg Hunt and Store Anniversary celebration had to be canceled, she brought the prizes to them.
So instead of hunting for a golden egg to win the baskets, she set it up as an entry. Each Team Member, by dropping their entry blank into the entry box, has a chance to win one of the two smaller baskets or the big grand prize basket. The winners will be selected by random drawing.
The baskets, however, provided a nice change of scenery for the staff who have been focused on getting the orders out expeditiously through the Drive-Thru and complying with all the COVID-19 guidelines for customer safety and not much else.
Chick-fil-A Bristow is located at 9939 Sowder Village Square in Bristow, near Manassas. Its hours of operation are now 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays and 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday. The restaurant is and always has been closed on Sundays.
All orders will be now be picked up outside.