Driving Safely Essay

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How did you hear about and become interested in Chick-fil-A?

What first attracted me to Chick-fil-A was the Chick-fil-A sandwich! I grew up in Valdosta, GA and that is where I developed a love for Chick-fil-A. I love Chick-fil-A not only because it tastes so great, but it is also better for you than other fast food. As I visited Chick-fil-A more and more, I began to notice what a pleasurable experience I had each time. The employees really made me feel that it was “their pleasure” to serve me. I became interested in what set Chick-fil-A apart from other fast food establishments, so I visited the Chick-fil-A website. That is where I read about the culture of Chick-fil-A and how ...view middle of the document...

She introduced me to Juliette Hall, Business Consultant for the Middle Georgia Area. Mrs. Hall and I met at The Macon Mall and had a great conversation. Because I am interested in locations other than Middle Georgia, she recommended that I contact Diane Hatcher with Human Resources. After speaking with Mrs. Hatcher, I was asked to complete the online application.

2. Please highlight your accomplishments which you believe are most important and meaningful (including leadership roles you have performed).

Graduating from Valdosta State University with a degree in Business Administration, Accounting, is an accomplishment that I am proud of. Even though I did not plan to practice Public Accounting, I want to obtain an Accounting degree because I felt that it was the most advanced degree in Business Administration.

While living in Valdosta, I was a Habitat for Humanity Board Member and volunteer. It was incredible rewarding to select candidates and see the process through. The homeowner is required to work a certain number of hours on the job site, so that gave me an opportunity to get to know them. All of them were extremely thankful.

State Bank of Cochran, Vice-President and CCO

Sunday school Teacher

Helping Others in Need

High School Sorority President

3. Why are you interested in being an Operator with Chick-fil-A?

Chick-fil-A has a superior product than any other fast food restaurant.

Leading a team of individuals dedicated to delivery a great product with exceptional customer service would be a pleasure everyday. As Mr. Truett Cathy says in his book, How Did You Do It, Truett?, I want to have a positive impact on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A.

Superior product
Support of respected and moral headquarters
Other successful operators to mentor me
Opportunity to be a successful business operator in an environment that values faith

4. Please share your personal as well as work-related goals (needs, wants, desires, hopes, expectations, dreams).

My #1 work related goal is to be a Chick-fil-A operator! Being in business for my self on a full time basis is a goal that I want to accomplish. I would love to have my business in Valdosta so that I could be closer to my family.

Something that I strive for everyday is to provide a warm and loving home for my family.

5. If selected, how would your skills, talents, and experiences enable you to be successful in operating and marketing a...

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