From Conservative Tribune — a story to touch the hearts of all patriots where the honoring of our military veterans is so beautifully rendered. Other companies should be ashamed for not doing something like this.
Thank you for being one of the patriotic in our country who show that neither race, political ideology, ethnic background, nor gender takes away from being able to acknowledge the worth of those who have given so much in the line of duty in service to freedom, family, and country.
Chick-fil-A, the same fast-food outlet that constantly gets accused by liberals of being evil, has once again proved the opposite to the world.
This time it did so by unveiling an amazing Veterans Day tribute that left Georgia resident Eric Comfort in complete shock.
According to a Facebook post he published on Monday, when he walked into a local Chick-fil-A, Comfort discovered a “Missing Man Table” that contained a single rose, a Bible and a folded American flag, as well as a plaque within which was the following explanation:
“This table is reserved to honor our missing comrades in arms. The tablecloth is white — symbolizing the purity of their motives when answering the call of duty. The single red rose, displayed in a vase, reminds us of the life of each of the missing and their loved ones and friends of these Americans who keep the faith, awaiting answers. The vase is tied with a red ribbon, symbol of our continued determination to account for our missing. A pinch of salt symbolizes the tears endured by those missing and their families who seek answers. The Bible represents the strength gained through faith to sustain those lost from our country, founded as one nation under God. The glass is inverted — to symbolize their inability to share this evening’s toast. The chair is empty — they are missing.”
After the story went viral, the store manager, Alex Korchan, explained to WSB that his team members had set up the table because they “wanted to honor veterans.”
Furthermore, he revealed that he planned to offer free meals to all veterans and their family members this Veterans Day between the hours of 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Korchan also put up a poster so that customers could write in the names of loved ones who they have lost.
“We’ve had a lot of people who have come in and seen it and been touched by it,” Korchan continued. “It’s been special to see.”
A whole lot of liberals could learn something from Chick-fil-A this Veterans Day — assuming of course that, for once, they’re able to put aside political ideology and learn.
H/T Mad World News