The Enterprise Chick-fil-a is now open.
One hundred people camped for 24 hours to win free meals for a year.
The CEO played to the trumpet to wake up the campers.
They were given t-shirts and hats to wear.
They paraded in to the restaurant when the doors opened at 6 a.m.
Chick-fil-a excectives took the grand opening of the business to help the community.
"We used this oppounity with the attention with the opening to try to get some school supplies for the coffee county family services group and they are already working although they are graduating today to collect school supplies for some needy kids," said Josh Waddy, franchise owner.
Sixty-seven people were hired to work at the restaurant located at the 626 Boll Weevil Circle.
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