Chick-fil-A & Doodles

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  • Bob Banka
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    The Chick-fil-A logo was originally created by Louie Floyd Giglio, Jr. which is very interesting from the viewpoint of Chick-fil-A being Christian based business and Floyd Giglio’s son Louie being a Pastor of a Church in Atlanta and the mentor of Chris Tomlin, one of the biggest names in Christian music today.

    January 8, 2012 at 11:34 am
  • James Armstrong
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    Not correct:

    “In 1963 Cathy decided to give them a name in order to market the product. A patent attorney had advised him that he could use ordinary words for his product name, as long as he misspelled or in some way altered the terms from their dictionary usage. Working with the words “chicken” and “fillet,” Cathy came up with Chick-fil-A, making use of the “A” to convey the concept of being the first or best. He hired the Richard Heiman Company to create the logo that Chick-fil-A still used more than three decades later, and in 1964 he incorporated the company.” My dad was the Art director at Richard Heiman agency at the time, and did the creative for Chick-fil-A, Evan Armstrong.

    January 10, 2013 at 1:48 pm

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