A recent study showed that Chick-fil-A saw an increase in consumer awareness and customer usage during the third quarter of 2012, a time when heated discussion surrounded the company's stances on gay rights and same-sex marriage. Consumer awareness of Chick-fil-A’s ads increased 6.5 percent during the third quarter, according to a study by Sandelman & Associates, a restaurant research firm based in San Clemente, Calif. RELATED • Civil rights group: Chick-fil-A ...

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