Line forms at Orland Park Chik-fil-A

Fans of the food chain Chik-fil-A arrive more than 24 hours in advance of an Orland Park store opening in an attempt to get the year's supply of free food.

October 27, 2010 8:58:58 AM PDT
Would you wait in line overnight for a year's supply of Chik-fil-A?

Dozens of people already are. Fans of fast food restaurant Chik-fil-A are already forming a line at the new Orland Park restaurant, which will open on October 28.

The first 100 adults through the doors at the restaurant on LaGrange Road will get a year's supply of Chik-fil-A food.

The Orland Park restaurant is the chain's second in the Chicagoland area.

Fans of the food chain often arrive more than 24 hours in advance of an opening in an attempt to get the year's supply of free food. Fifty-two certificates are given to the first 100 adults- 18 years and older with ID- in line. Check out the rules at www.chick-fil-a.com/#insidersfirst100

The line for the grand opening of the store at 15605 S. LaGrange Road officially started at 6 a.m. Wednesday. The gift certificates will be handed out around 6 a.m. Thursday.


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