More than 100 people camped out Wednesday for a one year supply of free Chick-fil-A meals at the chain's first stand-alone restaurant in Estero. The restaurant, located on S. Tamiami Trail just south of Corkscrew Road, will hand out certificates to the first 100 customers when doors open Thursday at 6 a.m.

Photo by PETE BISHOP, Special to the Daily News

More than 100 people camped out Wednesday for a one year supply of free Chick-fil-A meals at the chain's first stand-alone restaurant in Estero. The restaurant, located on S. Tamiami Trail just south of Corkscrew Road, will hand out certificates to the first 100 customers when doors open Thursday at 6 a.m.

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