In addition to their delicious food, Chick-fil-A is known for top notch customer service. But, during Hurricane Harvey, a Houston location went above and beyond when a regular customer called and ordered a boat along with his meal.
Karen and J.C. Spencer were stuck in their flooded house when J.C. decided to call Chick-fil-A. He ordered two grilled chicken burritos, with extra egg, and a boat. He was shocked when the manager said she would send her husband to get them. Thankfully, the Spencers didn’t need Chick-fil-A on Sunday!
The boat was there to pick them up with some possessions when some jet skiers noticed and stopped by to help. The Spencers were able to get on the jet skis, freeing up room on the boat. The pictures of the rescue have since gone viral. It’s amazing to see a jet ski in someone’s house!
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) August 29, 2017
In the video below, J.C. details how he ordered a rescue from his Chick-fil-A. This couple lost so much in Hurricane Harvey but they have an amazing sense of optimism and gratitude!
There are many stories of rescues from the hurricane. This tragedy has shown the strength and compassion of Texans. In the video below, a WWII vet shares his rescue story from a flooded home.
There are so many heroes in Houston. Who would have ever thought to order a boat from Chick-fil-A?!
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