As a prospective operator, Nathan knew he wanted to own Chick-fil-A Flatiron before even living in Colorado. During a trip to Denver with his wife, Jessica, the two fell in love with the area — and even more with that particular restaurant location. But it was unavailable at the time.
Three short months later, Nathan got a call asking if he was interested in applying to own a restaurant location in Colorado — Chick-fil-A Flatiron.
He’s passionate about the heart of Chick-fil-A and the commitment to providing guests with superior service. And he loves to instill that in his own team.
“I love working with my team to provide our guests with remarkable experiences. And I just enjoy watching my team grow both personally and professionally and strive for excellence in what we do.”
Creating Remarkable Experiences
At Chick-fil-A Flatiron, doing business is about more than just serving a delicious chicken sandwich. It’s about influencing the lives of our guests inside and outside of the restaurant walls. That’s why we love being out and about in the community, surrounded by neighbors and friends.
Whether it’s the 4th of July Parade and Pancake Festival or Bike to Work Day, there’s nothing we love more than a great party with you and your family. And we can’t forget the Chick-fil-A Cow skating with Santa at the Count the Lights Celebration. You didn’t think cows could ice skate, did you?
We’re also passionate about partnering with schools and other local organizations through Spirit Night fundraisers. We love to help them achieve whatever their goals may be.
Building for the Future
Whether it’s beginning a first job or a making a career change, team members here at Chick-fil-A Flatiron quickly discover that it’s the perfect time to learn about their own goals and talents.
If someone is in school, we’re ready to help them develop the traits and skills that will benefit them as they finish their education and begin to look toward what’s next. Or if they’re ready to make Chick-fil-A their career, we love to walk alongside them as they learn to become strong leaders.
But no matter what their aspirations may be, we know the most important thing we can do is encourage them to be even better employees and better people than when they first put on that Chick-fil-A name tag.