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 “We should be about more than just selling chicken. We should be a part of our customers’ lives and the communities in which we serve. Nearly every moment of every day we have the opportunity to give something to someone else – our time, our love, our resources. I have always found more joy in giving when I did not expect anything in return.” S. Truett Cathy

Since the first restaurant opened its doors nearly 50 years ago, Chick-fil-A has grown from one man’s vision to one of the largest family-owned businesses in the country. Much of the company’s success has been credited to the stability and consistency within the Chick-fil-A’s leadership team.

Stockton Perry, owner/operator of Chick-fil-A-Concord (across from CHS-NE on Hwy 29) believes in supporting his community and serving others. From donating surplus food to local shelters and soup kitchens through the Chick-fil-A Shared Table program, to feeding victims and first responders after a disaster, they give away food all year long to those who need it most. 

Being a Chick-fil-A Operator is about more than serving chicken, it's about having a positive impact in the local community. That's why he finds creative ways to serve by supporting the troops through military appreciation events or fundraisers for local schools; or inviting guests for family events like Daddy Daughter Date Night or Stuffed Animal Sleepover. Stockton is always on the lookout for ways to help our communities. CCM is blessed to have Stockton and his team support our ministries and be the 19th hole reception sponsor for our 21st annual golf classic at the Club at Irish Creek.