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Chick-fil-A Sign Goes Missing

Company offers free food for a year to anyone who returns it.

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Credit: Chick-fil-A of Alcoa, TN

A Chick-fil-A sign in Alcoa, TN has mysteriously disappeared, and the chicken sandwich maker is offering a handsome reward to whomever returns it, Fox News writes.

In a Facebook post, the Tennessee restaurant offered free food for a year in the form of digital gift cards to the person who produces the missing sign, no questions asked.

“We need your help! Our sign has disappeared and we need help to find it! Whoever turns it in will be asked no questions. We are awarding our finder Chick-fil-A for a year (52 digital offer cards) when the sign is returned,” the post reads.

The sign’s disappearance prompted hypotheses as to where it could have gone, with some commenters suggesting strong winds as the culprit. Amy Chaney of Maryville, TN said it was “blown out in the last storm,” while two others claimed to have seen it at the bottom of a nearby hill.

As of this writing, the restaurant has not shared an update about the sign.

Read more at Fox News.

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