ATLANTA - The second largest chicken franchise in the nation has decided to listen to its customers and it is making a slight change to its corporate name.
Cullen Rigadoon, company spokesman said that the home office has received thousands of emails asking that Chick-fil-A drop the little f in the company name and make it a capital letter.
Rigadoon said that the owners of Chick-fil-A listened to their dedicated patrons and devoted customers and effective February 14, Valentine's Day, Chick-fil-A will become the more grammatically correct Chick-Fil-A.
The company has commented that they are in the process of buying about 2,000 big F's to replace the little f's in the store signs.
SIDENOTE: Cullen Rigadoon said that to celebrate the slight name change the company will soon hold a Chick-Fil-A Uppercase Day and its brand new Chick-Fil-A Flaming Habanero Melt will be available at an 80 percent discount.