Fast Food Chain Rewards Long-Term Customer With Free Food For Life

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Chick-fil-A may have found itself in a lot of hot water during the past few years, but despite their often old-school values, the chicken chain still knows how to do a good deed. One of their regular customers at a location near Tampa, Florida, Stephen Bellissimo, became the recipient of their most recent charitable bid. Bellissimo has been a regular customer of the location since it opened more than 20 years ago.

Fast Food Chain Rewards Long-Term Customer With Free Food For Life

To honor his dedication to their branch, the employees of the Oldsmar Chick-fil-A decided to throw Bellissimo a surprise birthday party. As a senior citizen, every birthday is an occasion to celebrate, but none more than a 100th birthday. Bellissimo has gone to this particular Chick-fil-A for over 20 years, but he never expected that he would be so honored by his favorite fast-food company. The employees, of course, had yet another trick up their sleeves.

Fast Food Chain Rewards Long-Term Customer With Free Food For Life

Bellissimo may already be 100 years old, but that was all the more reason to offer him free Chick-fil-A meals for the rest of his life. If the oldest man in America is any sort of example, he’s already 112, meaning Bellissimo may have a chance to double the number of years he’s been a patron of the chain location. At the party were local news reporters who were honored to interview Bellissimo about his generous gift.

Fast Food Chain Rewards Long-Term Customer With Free Food For Life

He shared with the journalists that he’d been eating there once a week, but would now be happy to upgrade his frequency to once a day. Receiving free sandwiches is certainly a good enough reason to increase the number of times that Bellissimo visits his favorite Chick-fil-A location per week. This is not the first time the company has offered up such a gesture. In stark contrast, one of the other patrons who’s been offered free Chick-fil-A for life is a baby who was born in a Texas store.

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