Chick-fil-A wins again.
In an awesome move that captures some of its core customers — college football fans on a Saturday — the restaurant will open a special pop-up location this Saturday ahead of the Georgia and Auburn football game.
According to ESPN’s Darren Rovell, the pop-up store will be located right on the Georgia-Alabama border on game day.
Chick fil-A opening a pop-up restaurant on Georgia/Alabama border for Saturday’s game. Serving free food & showing game on televisions. pic.twitter.com/qSA8sVXePs
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) November 8, 2017
It sounds like fans traveling down Interstate-85 from Georgia into Alabama will be able to pull over for potentially the greatest pit stop ever: free Chick-Fil-A and college football on television.
And it appears as though even if you’re not heading to the Plains to take in the game, as long as you’re passing through the area, you can stop by, grab a chicken sandwich, and watch the Tigers host the Bulldogs.
More info on the exact location of the pop-up shop as soon as it becomes available.
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