As a military college graduate, Jonathan never imagined he would own his own restaurant one day. He began working at a Chick-fil-A in South Carolina as a way to put himself through college, starting as a team member and eventually becoming a manager. Soon he found himself working at Chick-fil-A Inc., writing and developing training materials, as well as videos. It wasn’t long after that Jonathan knew he wanted to make Chick-fil-A a career.
Before moving to Arvada, Jonathan owned and operated the Chick-fil-A inside Southwest Plaza Mall in Littleton. He welcomed the challenge of opening a new restaurant; and on Halloween Day 2013, the doors opened at Chick-fil-A 52nd & Wadsworth.
Jonathan loves serving the community of Arvada and Wheat Ridge. As a volunteer firefighter in his own community, he has a passion for working with the Arvada Fire Protection District through the Touch-A-Truck event and community safety fair.
Serving the City of Arvada and Beyond
If you’ve gone to after-prom at Arvada West High School, enjoyed an event in Old Towne Arvada, or cheered on the Regis University Rangers at a soccer game, chances are you’ve enjoyed a delicious meal cooked fresh by our team at Chick-fil-A 52nd & Wadsworth.
We love partnering with the schools in Arvada and Wheat Ridge to serve their students. Through Spirit Night fundraisers, catering and food donations, we’re passionate about helping students and schools achieve their goals. Whether it’s homecoming, teacher appreciation week, yearbook club, the football team or a student organization raising money for a trip, Chick-fil-A is ready to serve.
Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwiches will sell out quickly when cheering on our neighbors to the east at Regis University—especially when they’re playing the Roadrunners of Metro State. Because who doesn’t love a good rivalry game?
It’s Like Family Around Here
Team members feel right at home at Chick-fil-A 52nd & Wadsworth. Whether they have been here six months or six years, they’re like family. And as a family, we’re sure to take care of one another.
We love to invest in our team members and their futures. If they are interested in pursuing a scholarship through Chick-fil-A Inc., we work with them to maintain their grades and community service. We may have conversations about creating a budget and saving for the future. Or it can include helping them enroll in ESL classes to learn how to better communicate and serve our guests in the restaurant.
Whatever their goals are, we are here every step of the way.
We’re always ready to reward a job well done. Through our Wooden Nickel incentive program, team members can earn wooden nickels, which they can trade in for nifty Chick-fil-A swag. Next time you visit our restaurant and your server is wearing a nice Chick-fil-A jacket, that probably means they’re a pretty stellar team member.