Dining Deals

A Daily Deal With Chick-fil-A That Also Benefits HSPVA

Politics of its company president aside, Chick-fil-A has the kind of food that many Houstonians enjoy eating at their local independently owned outlets. And this week we're making it even easier.

This week's Voice Daily Deal, which starts Thursday, is only available at the 5001 Beechnut Street and 2715 Southwest Freeway at Kirby Drive locations, and gives chicken lovers a chance to get half off the cost and have 10 percent of what they spend go to the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts.

Included in our Daily Deal offer are these two notes:

Houston Press Note:

As part of this VOICE Daily Deal, the Houston Press and Jesse Chaluh's Chick-fil-A stores will be donating 10 percent of all sales to the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in the Houston ISD. This deal allows us to show our support for local businesses as well as raise money for a good cause, the talented students and teachers at HSPVA. So we hope you take advantage of this deal to enjoy some good food, and help out some deserving kids in some sensational programs as well.

Franchisee Note:

Each Chick-fil-A is independently owned and operated. At our locations in Houston, we strive to serve great food in a timely manner and a clean environment with excellent customer service. We welcome all customers and select team members regardless of race, religion, or sexual orientation. We do not elect to be a part of a political agenda. We simply want to serve great food with compassion to all who visit or cater with us. We would appreciate any comments about corporate please be addressed to them directly. We also encourage you to get to know the independent owners of each location, before passing judgment on them. Thank you for respecting our independently-run business as we respect all who visit us.

Chaluh is a graduate of the University of Houston and a former Houston Restaurant Association president.

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