Drive-thru business expanding during coronavirus pandemic
FOX Business’ Jeff Flock breaks down how popular food chains have adapted to coronavirus standards and implemented drive-thrus and curbside pickup services.
Chick-fil-A's only drive-thru location in Harrisonburg, Virginia, has been booming with so much business every day that it has dozens of staff working to handle the overflow of cars.
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On a recent Monday, there were nearly 40 employees on the day shift to handle operations, a senior executive of the location Melissa Good told FOX Business.
FAST-FOOD CHAINS OPEN DURING CORONAVIRUS CRISIS
Chick-fil-A is one of the many fast-food joints relying on drive-thru service to keep the doors open during the coronavirus pandemic after officials banned the dine-in service throughout the country to mitigate the virus' spread.
Chick-fil-A's Harrisonburg location has had so much business, management has dedicated employees to handle the overflow of cars that have been spilling into the roadway, Good said. At any given time, there are at least 14 employees outside in the parking lot to handle tasks including curbside pickup, greeting the delivery partners, such as Doordash, handling payment and taking orders.