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1960–1963 1963–1964 1964–1979 1979-1988 1988–1995 1995–2012 2012–present
1960–1963 1963–1964 1964–1979 1979-1988 1988–1995 1995–2012 2012–present

Chick-Fill-A

1960–1963

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Although the first Chick-fil-A restaurant opened in 1967, the name was originally used for a chicken sandwich at the Dwarf Grill in the Atlanta suburb of Hapeville, Georgia. The name was initially spelled as "Chick-Fill-A". [1]

Chick-fil-A

1963–1964

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The name was changed to the current spelling in 1963.

1964–1979

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Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  modified Filmotype Jiffy,
aka Wendy
Launched:  June 1964

The logo was redesigned in 1964, resembling in appearance what is used today. This logo would be applied to the first Chick-fil-A restaurant in 1967.

1979–2012

1979-1988

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In 1979, the logo was modified to have more uniform lines.

1988-1995

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The logo was made solely red in 1988, and the width of the script was increased.

1995–2012

Chick-fill-A beak

Despite being superseded in 2012, Chick-fil-A's drink lids still use this logo.

2012–present

Chick-fil-A 2012

Chick-fil-A made a refresh to their logo by making the color brighter, the C smaller, and closing the chicken's beak in 2012.

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