Acadiana Congratulates Local Chick-fil-A Employee On 18 Years Of Amazing Service
Sending a HUGE shout out and a big CONGRATULATIONS to Kevin on 18 years of service with Acadiana Chick-fil-A!! We are so proud of you!!
Posted by Down Syndrome Association of Acadiana on Friday, February 12, 2016
If you grew up in Acadiana dining on delicious Chick-fil-A, then chances are you've met Kevin.
Kevin has served food, wipe up tables, swept up floors, held open doors and more for many of us during his employment at Acadiana Chick-fil-A for nearly two decades.
Oh, and did I mention he has always done it with a smile?
The Down Syndrome Association of Acadiana posted a HUGE congrats to Kevin on their official Facebook page and in less than 24 hours has garnered thousands of likes and shares (and counting) as well as people sharing their best memories of Kevin.
Danielle Davis recalled a time when Kevin refused to let her carry her catering in the pouring rain,
Seth Hebert said he has known Kevin for the majority of his time at Chick-fil-A,
There was another time when Kevin took care of a future husband and wife,
Kevin, I can personally remember you holding the door open for me ever since I was a high school teenager hanging out at Chick-fil-A with my friends. Soon after I graduated, I would then take regular lunch breaks at Chick-fil-A and always noticed your tireless work ethic, your attentiveness to others and the pride you took in your work.
Believe me when I say that you are an inspiration and a joy for many and all of Acadiana notices and appreciates everything you do!
Congratulations on 18 years, and here's to many more!