Do you have people on your holiday shopping list who love Chick-fil-A? The restaurant chain’s new line of sweaters, socks, hats, wearable blankets, pillows, and ornaments may be what you’re seeking. The sweaters and socks are what you expect, with holiday colors of red and green alongside Chick-fil-A’s recognizable logo. One pair of socks is even covered in tiny chicken sandwiches. One of the sweaters either prominently says, “Chick-fil-A,” or has “making a list and ‘chicken’ it twice” in writing around the bottom. The pillow is a giant chicken sandwich, complete with pickles. For those looking for something simple, there’s an ornament of a cow wearing an “Eat Mor Chikin” sign.
For those looking for more kid-specific gifts, Chick-fil-A’s new pennycake brand is offering games and activities that can be purchased at pennycake.com beginning November 15. Options include a look-and-find puzzle, spin-the-wheel books to decide conversations, several different books to look back on the year, and activity cards. Anyone traveling for the holidays with impatient children might find the Mix It Up On-the-Go activity “recipes” a worthwhile addition to the journey.
Along with the food and merchandise, Chick-fil-A is releasing a family-friendly animated film on November 13. As part of its Stories of Evergreen Hills series, “The Spark Tree” is the fifth story that focuses on the curiosity of a young girl named Sam. At 10 minutes long, “The Spark Tree” is the longest entry in the series yet.