With 2,200 restaurants in 47 states, there are just a few states in the country that don’t have a Chick-fil-A already. Hawaii was one of the few, but that’s about to change because America’s favorite fast food chain has announced plans to open a location on the island of Oahu.
The company hasn’t gotten into specifics about when or exactly where it will open, but it’s still good news. "Like all Chick-fil-A restaurants, this location will be owned and operated by a local resident and employ approximately 80 team members," the company says in a news release. So the Aloha state can get ready for hand-breaded chicken and waffle fries.
Source: Fox News