Who We Are
About Our Operator
Adam Hoffman was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. His parents own a small retail shop in Raleigh and Adam has wanted to own his own business as long as he can remember. He started working for Chick-fil-A while in High School and quickly decided Chick-fil-A was his future. Adam moved to Oceanside in March of 2008 to become the Owner of the Quarry Creek Chick-fil-A. After moving west, he met his wife, Amanda, and now they have two children, Cole and Sadie. What he loves most about working at Chick-fil-A is the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of his team members and his guests.
Exceptional Experience, Enduring Influence
We do this by winning hearts every day and creating brand ambassadors.
We understand that our customers come to us to fill a need to be restored. We believe that we can improve the lives of those in our community through great experiences. Great tasting food, served quickly, in a clean environment, by people who care is what creates the experience for the guest. When we can provide that type of experience everyday we build trust, and that trust leads to relationships, and the relationships lead to influence. And influence is what makes us special.
But our vision focuses on more than just our guests, it is about our Team Members too. We spend small moments with most of guests, but we spend thousands of hours with our Team Members. We have an opportunity to impact their lives for the rest of their lives. We believe when we provide a work environment that combines great pay, flexibility, recognition, community, meaning, and growth opportunities we create a place where people care. And when the team feels cared for, not only are they able to care for the guests, but they care for each other. And when they care for each other, they learn that true leadership isn’t about power and authority, but about service. They become servant hearted leaders in everything they do after Chick-fil-A.
Our team members must feel prioritized and cared for by leadership. They must have the tools and resources needed to be successful.
We approach the business just as a guest would. We see every situation through their eyes and seek to make every decision benefit them.
There are many good things that can distract us from the main thing. We only focus on our team and our guests.