"We must motivate ourselves to do our very best, and by our example lead others to do their best as well."
- Truett Cathy

 

 

 

 

 

 




Armed with a keen business sense, a work ethic forged during the Depression, and a personal and business philosophy based on biblical principles, Truett Cathy took a tiny Atlanta diner, originally called the Dwarf Grill, and transformed it into Chick-fil-A, the nation’s largest quick-service chicken restaurant chain with more than $5 billion in sales in 2013 and more than 1,800 locations. His tremendous business success allowed Truett to pursue other passions – most notably his interest in the development of young people.

Learn more about Truett’s philosophy and his accomplishments below.




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