One son brought his 88-year-old mother. A teenage son made a reservation for himself and his mom.
“Seeing them sharing this time together was priceless,” said Carmen Fisher, marketing director for the Fowler Avenue Chick-fil-A.
Guests made reservations in advance of the event, which featured live music provided by Chick-fil-A team members, balloon art by Total Entertainment and flowers for sons to give their moms from Blooming Days Florists, Fisher said.
There was also tableside service and each place setting included conversation starters to get moms and sons talking.
The date night was medieval-themed, Fisher said, so each mother-son pair received a shield and designed their own family crest.
“We thank all our guests for selecting Fowler Avenue Chick-fil-A,” said Denis Spradlin owner and operator of the Fowler Avenue Chick-fil-A. “It always our pleasure to serve you.”
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