The fast food restaurant, known for promoting Christian values, has given millions to anti-gay groups. It also sued a T-shirt maker, whose “Eat More Kale” design too closely reflects that of Chick-fil-A’s “Eat Mor Chikin,” according to the company.
There’s also the recent case of a Chick-fil-A employee mocking Asian customers.
In other words, the company is a lightning rod of criticism. For that reason, a cautious social media consultant would likely advise against the Twitter promotion Chick-fil-A launched on Thursday. The company’s official account tweeted:
“Fill in the blank and RT with your answer: If Chick-fil-A created a new slogan, it would be ____.”