This Georgia Family Farm Has Created One "Corny" Chick-fil-A Monument—And We Love It!
Original chicken sandwiches not included at the finish line.
You're a Southerner. You've hopped on hay rides. You picked, packed, and peat bogged your own pumpkins. You've gotten lost in a corn maze or two hundred. Sure, you've seen some mazes that would do Picasso proud. But we assure you, you've never seen a maze like this before.
The folks at Raisin' Cane Farm in Valdosta Georgia—a town of about 56,000 residents in South Georgia—raise their maize maze a little differently. Inspired by Chick-fil-A, this season's incredible corn maze bears the restaurant's popular "eat mor chikin" campaign slogan, sprinkles Chick-fil-A trivia throughout, and includes the eatery's beloved Cows in its six-foot tall corn rows. The cows even made an appearance for a ribbon cutting ceremony.
"I was eating with my three-year-old daughter at ‘Chik-a-lay' earlier this year and as I was looking around the restaurant, it hit me: These are the same families that visit us in the fall," Raisin' Cane Farm owner Jessica Bolesta told Chick-fil-A on the company's blog. "We partner with the closest Chick-fil-A frequently and it just seemed like a perfect fit." You can read the full story behind the corn maze here.
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Now in its fifth annual incarnation, the chick-fil-corn maze closes this Saturday, November 4th. Guess it's time for that last-minute autumn road trip!