Eileen, having grown up in metro Houston, likes Chick-fil-A, and we've been known to hit their stores where we're in their territory. I have fond memories of stopping to meet friends with little ones in Ocala and Richmond, KY and getting a peppermint shake for Eileen from the store just a few blocks up the road from Sullivan U when she was under the weather.
Folks are planning a buy-in for Chick-fil-A on 8/1, but I'm not in position to do much. The nearest store is an hour-and-a-half away, as the only store in Michigan is on the Oakland U campus; good luck getting that contract under the current circumstances, since it's a state school in Detroit's northern suburbs.
From looking at the store roster, they have made their way into Ohio in numbers, even having a store in the Chapel Hill area of NE Akron which was part of my home turf while at Kent State.
Not much to add that hasn't been chimed in with elsewhere, except that even some level-headed liberals are questioning the wisdom of having cities block stores for their theology. When you're getting called out by Bloomberg, you're well left of center.