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10/04/2012

Will Chick-fil-A's WinShape Retreat accept my money (and my marriage)?

by Jeremy Hooper

In recent responses to its controversies, Chick-fil-A and the man at the center of the storm, Dan Cathy, have referred to the WinShape Foundation's programs as its only real focus in the area of marriage. So I, a legally married man, decided to check out the offerings:

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[Plan a Retreat-WinShape]

It's been ten days and I've yet to hear back. Must just be an oversight, right?

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**REMINDER: Back in 2011, a WinShape Retreat representative specifically stated that the center bars gay couples.

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