Loganville Councilwoman Michelle Lynch, who helped organize the event as an employee with Chick-fil-A, said the seating was booked up well before the event. Little girls, escorted by their dads, turned up for some quality time together as they enjoyed dinner and great conversation. If they didn’t know what to talk about, there was always the tray liner with suggestions on how to get the conversation started. Violinist Michael Crawford with the Walton County Youth Orchestra provided the background music and each little girl went home with a rose by which to remember the special time they had spent with Dad. They also took home a booklet, "Continuing the Conversation," that gave additional ideas on how to keep the father-daughter relationship on track.
"One of Chick-fil-A’s goals is to promote community connections and enrich the lives of everyone we come in contact with," Robin Lomax, Chick-fil-A area marketing director said in a press release. "We understand the importance of father-daughter relationships and want to encourage local dads to take a break from busy schedules
Lynch said she would like to make sure that the sponsors who helped Chick-fil-A put the event together be acknowledged. The sponsors for the Loganville Daddy Daughter Chick-fil-A Date Night were Flowers with Love, Partyland, Gents Formal Wear, S&S Linen, Publix and the Walton County Youth Orchestra.
Lynch also put together the YouTube video that gives a touching, musical montage of photographs to commemorate the occasion.
If your family is depicted in any of the separate photographs and you want them named, please go ahead and do so. Also, if you have additional photographs depicting the occasion, please feel free to upload them and add them to this photographic journey of a very special Daddy-Daughter Date Night in Loganville.