On Thursday, colleagues at the Carraway Village Chick-fil-An in Chapel Hill posted a video of a somewhat lovable client getting food.
Presently Ellie, a brilliant retriever who can get and convey food right to her proprietor, is prevailing upon a large number of fans over the country.
In the video, which accumulated more than 13,000 remarks and 25,000 offers by Monday, Ellie limits over the parking garage with an American banner handkerchief tied around her neck. A great deal of things occur in Chick-fil-A parking areas.
Workers have been spotted bouncing into storm channels, fixing punctured tires and, obviously, numerous new areas have sleepovers with free sandwiches toward the beginning of the day.
A week ago, a few specialists at a North Carolina area got a fuzzy shock. Wearing a veil and gloves, a Chick-fil-A part (who, in the same way as other of us watching, appears overpowered by Ellie’s adorableness), puts the enormous takeout pack into the canine’s mouth by the handle.
Ellie at that point runs back to her proprietor, who apparently making the most of his feast. Chick-fil-A has depended on curbside pickup, takeout and drive-through requests since mid-March to securely serve its clients while numerous café lounge areas were closed down due to the Covid pandemic.
Since cafés are independently claimed and worked, some Chick-fil-A stores have as of late returned their lounge areas for restricted feast in administration. In any case, curbside pickup from a canine is an entirely decent option!”It’s our preferred intention for serve yummy food to glad Guests — four-legged Guests included,” the Chick-fil-An area subtitled in its Facebook post.
Ellie isn’t the main puppy who has helped people adjust to life during a pandemic while carrying a grin to clients’ appearances.
A boxer named Soda Pup became a local celebrity in Maryland for bringing pickup orders to customers who could no longer enter his owner’s winery.
Using our mobile app for curbside delivery has never been more fun or easy. Just ask Ellie. She loves running to meet the Team Member delivering her food and carrying it back to her owner, Nick, who waits in their curbside space. "It's Ellie's favorite thing to do," said Nick. It's our favorite thing to do to serve yummy food to happy Guests – four-legged Guests included! Place your mobile curbside order today and make your favorite part of the day getting your Chick-fil-A just like Ellie!#chickfilaapp #eatmorechicken #chapelhill
Posted by Chick-fil-A at Carraway Village on Thursday, August 20, 2020