Chick fil A Font

Chick fil A Font

Chick fil A Font Name

“Chicken Hut” is the name of the font that is very similar to and based on the Chick-fil-A Font used in their logo, and was created by Dan P. Lyons. The font contains uppercase and lowercase, and general punctuation. It is free for personal use only, no commercial use is allowed.

“Eat Mor Chikin” Font Name

If you’re looking for the font used in the chain’s most prominent advertising slogan “Eat Mor Chikin“, then we recommend Font-fil-A by FontGrill. This font was just inspired by the ad campaign but is not the actual font used by them. This font is free, and you are under no obligation to pay anything for it.

You can download both Chick fil A Font and Font-fil-A at the end of the article.

About Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is a restaurant chain based in College Park, Georgia that specializes in chicken. It is the second-largest fast food chicken-based restaurant chain in the United States. The chain is especially successful in the southern United States, but in recent years it has been increasing its presence in the Rocky Mountains, the Southwest, and the Midwestern United States. As of July 2006, the chain had more than 1,300 locations in 37 US states and the District of Columbia. It stands out among fast food chains as it is considered one of the restaurants most influenced by conservative Christian values in the United States.

Check also Dunkin Donuts Font.

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