SAN MARCOS, CALIF. Chick-fil-A chain entered its fourth decade of business and hailed the debut of its second restaurant here, a launch that also represented continuity for the brand’s founders, the Cathy family. —Only days after crossing the $2 billion mark in annual systemwide sales, the 1,290-unit Opened Dec. 6 by Mark Cathy, a grandson of Truett Cathy, the man who launched Chick-fil-A at Atlanta’s Greenbriar Mall in 1967, the San ...
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