Chick-fil-A rolling out ‘Mom’s Valet’ service to make restaurants less stressful for families

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Chick-fil-A restaurants across the US are testing out a new service that makes it easier for customers with children to order and eat, according to Business Insider.

It’s called “Mom’s Valet” and allows parents to order food at the drive-thru and then come inside the restaurant where their food will be ready for the family at a table with as many high chairs as needed.

The report states Chick-fil-A operators got the idea after seeing how difficult the ordering process can be for families with young children.

This new service allows parents to skip the ordering process inside in an effort to make the restaurants less stressful for families.

So far, there is no word on when the service will be available in Utah.

See the full report from Business Insider here.

1 Comment

  • Lucy Flores

    I don’t have any children but my sister does and I see how it is with parents and children are in a restaurant I think all restaurants should have what chicken -fil-a is trying to do besides waiting for your meal

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