SACRAMENTO, CA – Senator Ling Ling Chang (R-Diamond Bar) honored Chick-fil-A of Chino Hills as the 29th Senate District’s Small Business of the Month. The recognition ceremony held at Chick-fil-A included Senator Chang, Chino Hills Mayor Cynthia Moran, and owner David Dinasan.
“It is my honor to present the Small Business of the Month award to Chick-fil-A of Chino Hills,” said Senator Chang. “This team has consistently promoted a positive work environment and transformed the lives of many individuals. Our community would not be the same without Mr. Dinasan and his team who consistently advocate for our youths whether it is handing out funds for scholarships or offering them their first job. The spirit of giving is alive and well and I am proud to highlight them as August’s Small Business of the Month.”
For fifteen years, Chick-fil-A has been a staple in Chino Valley. In addition to its fresh food and unparalleled service, Mr. Dinasan and his team have demonstrated a heavy emphasis on community outreach. Whether it is by supporting Cow Appreciation Day, scholarship programs, or community events, they are committed to investing in the leaders of tomorrow.
“We’re honored to receive this recognition,” said David Dinasan, Owner of Chick-fil-A in Chino Hills. “My team and I are passionate about providing top-notch service to our customers and being active members of the community. We’re proud to be in Chino Valley.”
“Chick-fil-A continues to be a wonderful community partner in Chino Valley,” said Cynthia Moran, Mayor of Chino Hills. “In particular, I appreciate their dedication to our youth through employment opportunities and leadership programs.”
Chick-fil-A of Chino Hills is the first free standing Chick-fil-A in the Western Region.
Each month, Senator Chang honors businesses throughout the 29th Senate District for their contribution to the state's economy and local community. There are approximately 3.9 million small businesses in California, which account for 99.8 percent of the state's employers and employ nearly 49 percent of the state's workforce.