Pennsylvania owner Chick-fil-A is giving employees a car, thousands of dollars in cash, and other big gifts this Christmas season.
Aimee Hernandez, owner of the Robinson Chick-fil-A, gave her employees gifts such as a Toyota RAV4, $ 1,000 in cash and a Dyson vacuum, according to
. Hernandez said she tries to find freebies that “will knock their socks off” because “they deserve the world.”
“I just wondered, ‘What would really make them drop their socks? “” Hernandez said at the point of sale. “They deserve the world. They really deserve it. They work so hard.”
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Hernandez said she had previously traded white elephants with her employees, a gift-giving tactic that sometimes left people “disappointed.”
“In recent years it has been difficult because the gifts got a little bigger, but people still left disappointed sometimes if no one stole a gift they had received,” she said.
But this year, she decided to save some money knowing that she would end up buying a car as a gift.
“We turned it into a competition. Depending on how much you work, you got that many tickets,” Hernandez said. “Then you had to use your tickets to bid on the prize you wanted to win. If you just wanted to win the car, you could put all your tickets in there, then we did a draw, and it was so exciting and so much fun. for them.”
Other prizes in the contest included Pittsburgh Steelers tickets, a Louis Vuitton purse, and a Nintendo Switch video game console.
Aimee Hernandez has always organized a very nice Christmas party for her team members every year.
This year, she decided to offer a @Toyota car, as well as many other gifts to show gratitude.
– Chick-fil-A Robinson (@CFARobinson) December 7, 2021
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