Chick-fil-A is testing out a “Mom’s Valet” service.

As if we needed another reason to love them.

Check it out:

Chick-fil-A restaurants across the country have mothers raving about an experimental drive-thru concept that makes the fast-food experience more convenient for families with small children, according to the “Today” show.

The service is called Mom’s Valet and allows parents to pre-order meals from a Chick-fil-A drive-thru before dining inside the restaurant. Immediately after the parents makes their order, a Chick-fil-A server prepares a table for the family, handling everything from setting up highchairs to dishing out requested condiments and drinks.

Scott Brickhouse, an owner of two Chick-fil-A’s in Lakewood, Florida, launched the program in 2015. Mom’s Valet, which is not an official corporate program, has become increasingly popular with other franchise owners nationwide.


I like it.

Seems like it could be a huge help for parents who want to dine inside of the restaurant. No trying to get all the drinks and setting up the chairs…and waiting on a table after placing your order.

Good job, Chik-fil-A. You shall continue to receive my coins (which you were anyway).

Parents, does this sound like a good idea to you???

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