East Texas Franchisees Build Their Chick-fil-A On Top of a Buried Bible

As the concrete was being poured for their Chick-fil-A franchise in Marshall, Texas, owners David and Holley Snow wanted to emphasize that the restaurant will “glorify God” and bless people. So they had their 4-year-old son, Montgomery, place a Bible, open to Joshua 1:9, in the foundation during construction.

Because their second child was being born at the time, David and Holley were unable to attend the event. But they “figured what better way to start a legacy in this community than with their children—the future.” The “Be strong and courageous” Bible verse has special meaning to the family, especially now that their baby daughter, Wynter, faces numerous health challenges.

Chick-fil-A Franchise: Couple Aims to Be Faithful Stewards

After retiring from the NFL and completing his MBA, David Snow began working in operations for Chick-fil-A. He and Holley, a former news reporter, decided to open their own Chick-fil-A franchise in East Texas, where they both grew up.

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SOURCE: Church Leaders, Stephanie Martin