More than a job
At Chick-fil-A at Niceville, our PURPOSE is to be a trusted beacon through committed service.
That ideal serves as our guiding principle and compels us to serve our TEAM MEMBERS in ways that are consistent with our 10 COMMITMENTS.
By individually investing in our TEAM MEMBERS we work to try and create an environment that encourages the potential for them to grow both personally and professionally.
Better boss, bigger vision, brighter future. Focused around being a servant leader, we strive to create leaders that are devoted to the development of others and help them win at work and in life. We define a clear vision to everyone so individuals understand how their contributions help move us closer to the bigger vision. Our leaders are proactively looking for opportunities and creating developmental plans for everyone so they can establish a brighter future.
Reasons to join our TEAM:
Closed on Sundays
Health Care Benefits
Meet the Franchisee Owner
Robb is personally involved in the restaurant’s day-to-day operation.
Professionally, Robb is an entrepreneur, leadership coach, mentor, and public speaker.
Robb opened, and has owned and operated the Niceville restaurant for almost 8 years, leading a staff of 60+ team members. His relationship with the Chick-fil-A brand is in its 17th year. Robb started his time with Chick-fil-A in the Memphis, TN market owning and operating his first restaurant for almost 9 years. Prior to his involvement in the restaurant industry, Robb spent 17 years in the commercial insurance arena in various production, management, and ownership roles.
Robb is a graduate of Liberty University, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Religion. He was also awarded a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership degree by Regent University.
Robb is married to Leslie Vaughn (née). They are excited to be
celebrating 39 years of marriage this year. Robb and Leslie are blessed to be the parents to 4 children and grandparents to 7 grandchildren. In his spare time, Robb enjoys sailing, cycling and good Dominican cigars . . . not necessarily all at the same time or in that order.
Why We're Closed on Sundays
“To glorify God by being a faithful steward of all that is entrusted to us and to have a positive influence on all who come into contact with Chick-fil-A.”
Our founder, Truett Cathy, made the decision to close on Sundays in 1946 when he opened his first restaurant in Hapeville, Georgia. Having worked seven days a week in restaurants open 24 hours, Truett saw the importance of closing on Sundays so that he and his employees could set aside one day to rest and worship if they choose—a practice we uphold today.