Chick-fil-A employees are often heralded as the fast-food service gold standard. They’re effervescent, cheerful and always aim to please.
They also have a habit of going the extra mile, whether it’s helping change out a tire, making quarantine birthdays extra special or simply playing music for drive-thru customers so they can have more of a dine-in experience while dining rooms are closed.
But on Monday, it was a group of Chick-fil-A employees in Columbus, Georgia, that teamed up to save the life of a little child.
“Today Zack ‘Cowboy’ Kokenzie saved a choking child in Chick-fil-A Manchester Expressway’s drive thru just after lunch from a life-threatening situation,” Chick-fil-A Manchester Expressway posted on its Facebook page.
Kokenzie, nicknamed “Cowboy” after staying on a bucking horse but nearly breaking a finger in the process, was the man for the job — cool under pressure, and ready for