Thousands flocked to Chick-fil-A restaurants on Wednesday to support the conservative marriage views of the chain’s president, Dan Cathy, by eating at the restaurant.
the owners views on gay marriage — and in Boardman they came out in droves. A long line of people could be seen this evening waiting to get into the Boardman Chick-Fil-A. The cars stretch around the building — and a line formed will outside the door. This after Chick- Fil-A President Dan Cathy took a public stance against gay marriage. Members of Pride Youngstown also stood by carrying signs supporting gay rights. Police stood by to make sure there were no problems. Three dogs were rescued tonight from a burning