Chick-Fil-A will be keeping with its company policy of being closed on Sunday, even as the chain opens locations along the New York State Thruway in newly-renovated rest stops.
The rest stops are part of a massive, public-private partnership where the state is having hundreds of millions infused into the rest stop system, giving them their first major update in decades.
When news broke that Chick-Fil-A would be included in the Thruway’s rest stop system – there were questions about whether the chain would break with its policy of being open on Sundays, since it’s such a big travel day.
A company called Applegreen will actually operate the Thruway rest stops, not New York State.
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