Starbucks pledged their loyalty to the left, and they’ve never recovered.
Even a Unicorn Frapuccino couldn’t bail Starbucks out. Therefore, Liberals sought revenge. They tried to ruin one of the most successful fast-food franchises in American history.
And all this happened because the owners believe the true definition of marriage occurs between a man and a woman. Even worse, the franchise was started by Christians who also follow the Bible to the letter of God’s law.
However, God spoke His mighty words. In the aftermath of the Leftist onslaught, Chick-fil-A’s numbers soared. During that time, wait lines rivaled present-day Trump rallies.
It seems Chick-fil-A’s good blessings continue. According to Restaurant Business:
“A new survey of teenage consumers has good news for Chick-fil-A and limited-service restaurants and bad news for Starbucks and casual dining.
“Chick-fil-A has officially displaced Starbucks as teens’ preferred restaurant across income groups, according to the latest Taking Stock With Teens survey by Piper Jaffray. The Atlanta-based chicken chain was preferred by both upper-income teens and average-income teens for the first time.”
“It’s just the latest in a long string of strong consumer survey results for Chick-fil-A, consistently one of the fastest-growing restaurant chains in the country, including 14.2% total sales growth last year, according to Technomic data.”
Run Away Train
Despite the hijacking of American culture by leftists, who incessantly rage against any and all conservative institutions, Chick-fil-A’s success is not slowing down. In fact, it’s more like a run away train.
“The company’s meteoric rise is echoed in the teen survey: In 2010 it wasn’t among the top five chains among either average- or upper-income teens, but has steadily moved up the rankings ever since.
“’They’re just pushing everybody out,’ said Piper analyst Nicole Miller Regan.
“Starbucks, the Seattle-based coffee giant, had been the top restaurant brand among average-income teens for every survey since 2011, when the chain displaced McDonald’s among that group. While it remains more popular among teens than any other publicly traded company, its support among young people has steadily eroded in recent years.”
How ’bout that? Teens actually spending time at a place known for serving the Lord! What kind of values might they pick up?
Nike ought to borrow the Chick-fil-A play book. Surely, they meant what they said in their own ad, “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.”
That is precisely what the “Eat Mor Chikin” place does every day. Clearly, more people appreciate that authenticity and dedication.