What a Damascus Man Was Willing to Endure For Free Chick-fil-A

What are you willing to do for free food?

FILE | Patch
FILE | Patch

A math teacher from Damascus must really like chicken sandwiches.

According to The Evening Sun newspaper, Eric West, 51, of Damascus was willing to endure a three-hour thunderstorm, soaked math papers and a broken tent canopy all in the name of earning 52 free Chick-fil-A meals.

His name was gleaned in a drawing from more than 200 people—though he was part of a field of 100 Chick-fil-A devotees, The Evening Sun reports.

But according to the newspaper, the prize would only be given to those willing to camp out at a Hanover, PA site premises for 24-hours ahead of the store’s 6 a.m. opening—which in this case, included withstanding heavy rains and a thunderstorm.

>>> See: Chick-fil-A campers back to holding down their forts despite rain


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