Hundred Customers Wait Over Night for Opening of Chick-Fil-A
A hundred hungry people waited for hours in the bitter cold on Thursday morning for the opening of the new Chick-Fil-A restaurant in West Allis.
The newest Wisconsin location is on Highway 100 and Cleveland.
The doors opened for the first time at 6 a-m.
People camped out overnight because Chick-Fil-A's First 100 Program.
The program gives the first 100 customers in line free chicken sandwich meals for a year.
“Lots of those people showed up yesterday at 6 am actually camped out all night really it was cold and brutal but it was really exciting we had a lot of events and lots of opportunities to feed them throughout the day,” said David Scheidt.
There are now locations in the state of Wisconsin.