Chick-fil-A Owner Honors Workers With Lavish Gifts, Including Cars

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One Chick-fil-A owner in Pennsylvania went all out for her employees this Christmas.

Aimee Hernandez, the owner and operator of Chick-fil-A Robinson in Pittsburgh, gifted her workers a car, $1,000 in cash, Steelers tickets, and other high-end gifts.

After staff shortages and other pandemic problems, Hernandez spent the entire year thinking and planning ways to celebrate her staff.

“It’s safe to say, the Christmas Spirit is alive & well at the restaurant,” the store wrote on social media. “They have worked so incredibly hard throughout some very tough circumstances and have provided the best in service to our guests.”

Hernandez held a holiday party with a raffle for employees to win a gift.

“When a truly deserving stellar employee Devon won a car, it was clear to everyone how blessed we are as a team. Congratulations Devon and all the other winners. From what we hear, Aimee is already planning for next year’s party! Keep up the great work. You are so loved and appreciated.”