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image by Randy Young, 30 March 2015
Chick-fil-A is an American fast food restaurant specializing in chicken sandwiches, salads, and other forms of fried and grilled chicken. The company's advertising campaign focuses on cows urging customers to "Eat More Chicken" (an idea that makes my kids laugh every time). The chain is based primarily in the southern and southeastern United States.
The Chick-fil-A flag features the corporate logo in white on a red field. The logo itself is the name of the company in a cursive script, with the capital "C" augmented to look like the head, face, and coxcomb of a chicken. (See photo at radio.foxnews.com). I believe there may also be a version of the flag with the colors reversed, but have yet to find evidence (photographic or otherwise) of such a design.
Randy Young, 30 March 2015