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Eat Mor… Beef? Could Texadelphia Be The Next Chick-fil-a?

July 18, 2010

It's more important you find God than Texadelphia

Finding restaurant owners, and restaurants themselves for that matter, that are clear and transparent with their religious beliefs isn’t a new thing, but it is rare. The only one to come to mind is obviously Chick-fil-a, hence the “Eat Mor Chikin” referenced title. And though it’s not really all that important, being that it’s just food, it is pretty cool. I love hearing about how Chick-fil-a’s founder, S. Truett Cathy, donates so much money to underfunded faith-based organizations or how he has foundations set up to invest in the lives of children and married couples. His most well-known related acts are closing the restaurants on Sundays and establishing a corporate purpose that recognizes God. What you don’t see too often, or possibly at all, from Chick-fil-a or other restaurants, are advertisements that positively acknowledge the owner’s faith — until now.

An old co-worker of mine, his wife, my wife and I went to Texadelphia for lunch last week. It was my first time and I must say that I enjoyed it tremendously. Beef, bread, mushrooms — what else can you ask for? Well, on my way back to work, I saw this new billboard. Really cool! Texadelphia, you had me at “God.”

To read more about Texadelphia and their billboard, please visit Metro Columnist Blog.

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