When Scott first heard about the opportunity to work for Chick-fil-A, he was immediately intrigued by what the restaurant had to offer — the chance to grow and develop as a leader and even one day to become an operator. He loved that it offered him the opportunity to own his own business while joining forces with a company that shared his values.
Scott is passionate about developing a community in and around his restaurant. And he loves developing the team members and leadership who work for him, because he knows that he’s been given a very unique opportunity.
“It is my responsibility to be generous and bless others because of what I have been blessed with here at Chick-fil-A.”
The Power of Kindness
At Chick-fil-A Chambers & Parker, we believe a little kindness goes a long way — sometimes even all the way down to Texas. And that’s exactly what happened when a group of students from a nearby high school decided to assemble care packages to send down to some of the victims of the Hurricane Harvey flooding in Houston. We gladly chipped in some chocolate chip cookies to add a little sweetness to those packages.
We’re also big supporters of the military veterans throughout our community. We love participating in local Veteran’s Day events through donating food or hosting them in our restaurant.
Mostly, we just love getting to lend a hand whenever we can. Like feeding a whole cast of high school theater performers for one of their late-night dress rehearsals. Or getting involved in a 5K walk in memory of one of the staff members at The Trails Recreation Center. Or hosting Spirit Night fundraisers for local schools and clubs.
There will always be a need for kindness and generosity, and we feel pretty lucky to get to play a part in spreading some of that throughout our community.
From Challenge to Success
One of the best parts of our job is the opportunity to get to invest in the future generation of hard workers and leaders. Every day we walk alongside teens in their first job, just learning the ropes and what it looks like to be a stellar team member.
But we know that some kids face some greater challenges in that area. That’s why we love to partner with the Transitions department at Cherry Creek High School. The Transitions program comes alongside students with learning and developmental challenges and works to equip them for adulthood.
These students get to join us in our restaurant and learn about our hiring process, how to be successful in a job, and how the things they’re learning through Transitions can help them get a job at Chick-fil-A Chambers & Parker or another job in the community.