Free Breakfast for Teachers, Nurses, Military, and First Responders Coming Up at Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A restaurants in Colorado Springs are starting a month of free breakfast to honor the service of some in our community!  During each group’s appreciation week, you can show a valid ID to get one free breakfast entree. Here’s the schedule:

  • Teacher Appreciation Week: May 1-6
    Valid for teachers and staff with ID
  • Nurse Appreciation Week: May 8-13
    Valid for nurses and healthcare professionals with ID
  • Military, Police, and First Responder Appreciation Week: May 15-20
    Valid with ID

All of the freestanding locations in southern Colorado are participating (ie, everyone but the mall locations).

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  1. Sandra Stover says:

    Am I reading this right? Is this offer only in the state of Colorado? I have 2 daughters, one is a teacher and one a RN. They live in Pennsylvania. I passed this info to both my girls thinking what a nice thing for Chick-fil-A to do so I want to verify this is available nationwide. Thank you

  2. Michelle says:

    In Florida?

  3. Lauren says:

    Would be great to change the Lead title to CLARIFY Colorado Springs location only.

    • “Chick-fil-A restaurants in Colorado Springs are starting a month of free breakfast to honor the service of some in our community!” It can not get any more clarified then this. Would be great if people would actually read.

      • Lauren says:

        Yes…it would be great if people actually had the time to read everything thoroughly…. but you know as well as I…that people skim the headlines. You COULD be more clear by having the headline be: “Free Breakfast for Teachers, Nurses, Military, and First Responders Coming Up at Colorado Springs Chick-fil-A.” It’s great news…but I would think you’d want it shared responsibly. I’ve seen it shared several times in locations it is not appropriate for. That’s all. No offense. Just thought it would help.

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