Brighten The Back To School Blues with Chick-fil-A!
The lazy days of summer seem like they’ll stretch on forever. Each and every year, the dreaded Back to School Banners arrive at your local department store and remind us this isn’t the case. What can you do to lessen the dread when the Back to School Blues have you down? Let Chick-fil-A brighten your day, of course! Here are some ways to help ease the transition back into the school routine as summer comes to a close!
1. Catered End of Summer Pool Party
It’s not a party without chikin! Make heading back to the classroom exciting by hosting a pool party to celebrate the end of summer! Inviting everyone in the class will allow kids to see old friends and even make some new ones in the process. This may even alleviate some first-day jitters for some shyer kids. By serving Chick-fil-A nuggets, they’ll bond even more over their love of chikin!
2. Chick-fil-A Breakfast To Start The Year Off Right!
Chikin…it’s what’s for breakfast! Surprise your child with a detour through the Chick-fil-A drive-thru before heading to school! They’ll love getting a yummy treat before their day begins and you’re guaranteed to start the year with a smile on their face! It’s been studied that eating breakfast increases kids’ attention span and productivity during the school day, so eating Chick-fil-A is win all-around!
3. Teacher’s First Day Gift They Will Actually Love
Why eat apples when you can have chikin? Giving an apple to the teacher on the first day of school is a tired tradition. Mix it up by giving them what they really want – Chick-n-Minis! Your teachers will love the sweet breakfast surprise, especially as the first week of school can be exhausting. Brighten their morning with a tray of Minis and give those educators a much-needed pick-me-up!
4. Fundraise With Chicken
Eating chikin is smart, and profitable for the school! Start off the year on the right foot by serving Chick-fil-A sandwiches at your school’s fall festival! Hosting a fall festival is not only a great way to raise money for your school, but also build camaraderie within your community.