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An Indianapolis Chick-fil-A employee has made it his duty to lighten the mood for drive-thru customers with coronavirus likely heavy on their minds.

Daniel Morgan told Indianapolis Fox affiliate Fox59 that he offers some serious dance moves to those wading through the long waits that are now more likely at his Chick-fil-A restaurant as most restaurants across the country are closed to dine-in service.

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Morgan, who works at the restaurant on Southport Road in Indianapolis, said he’s found most customers appreciate his positivity as he directs traffic at the drive-thru lanes.

“The reactions have been great,” Morgan told the news station. “So many people just like burst out laughing. So many people like join in a little bit doing a little dance in their car, and I just love it. It’s great to see the smile on people’s faces.”


Daniel Morgan at a Chick-Fil-A on Indy's south side is bringing positivity to his job during this pandemic. "So many...

Posted by FOX59 News on Tuesday, March 24, 2020

As a child, Morgan’s mom called him Dan, Dan the Dancing Man, so his new dancing skills have been in the works for a while.

The Atlanta-based chain decided to close its indoor dining at all of its more than 2,300 locations ahead of the widespread statewide mandates that have come to fruition banning dining inside restaurants.

Indiana Gov. Eric J. Holcomb announced March 16 that all bars and restaurants in the state would have to close their dining rooms due to the emerging pandemic. The establishments can still provide take-out, drive-thru and delivery options.

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As for Morgan, he said he enjoys spreading a little love whether folks are taking videos or dismissing his smooth moves.

Some people have been taking videos of his moves and sharing to social media. 

 “Whether I’m getting attention or not, it’s not about me in the end,” said Morgan. 

“Our time here isn’t long, it’s limited so, just using that time more wisely, I think that’s what this whole pandemic has encouraged and motivated me to do and forced a lot of people to do,” said Morgan. “To spend a lot of time with people we love and really be honest with them how much they mean to us.”

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