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If you have kids, you know first hand that lunch or dinner while out and about can sometimes be hectic.  Chick-fil-A announced that they will be expanding their “Mom’s Valet” feature to make busy parents everywhere feel a little less stressed.

Parents can order a meal for their family at the drive-through and request “Mom’s Valet,” which means their meal will be ready and waiting for them at a table inside.  A hostess will greet them and show them to their table, equipped with high chairs, place mats, and their meal.  This feature is winning over busy parents everywhere, making lunch time with the little ones less stressful.

Scott Brickhouse, owner of two Chick-fil-A’s in Florida, has offered the “Mom’s Valet” feature at his restaurants since 2011.  He even made a video explaining and promoting it.

There is no word of what Chick-fil-A locations will be implementing this parent friendly feature.  You can read more on the story here.

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