In an interview, Todd Graves, co-owner of Raising Caine's Chicken Fingers, talked about the restaurant. Since they have been doing business in South Louisiana for over ten years now, they have watched and tracked storms. As they have grown with stores in different areas, they have become more sophisticated about it. He really didn't know exactly where Hurricane Katrina was going to hit. You feel bad for wherever it's going to hit because you know it's going to cause damage and there's going to be some deaths. He felt good about their closing down procedure and reopening procedures. They closed their restaurants down and everybody was fine. Through the entire crisis, their employees responded with great expressions of human hope and inspiration. He learned that in extreme crisis, leaders emerge and teams are formed and people can come together to accomplish great things. It was just amazing how humans can come together to help each other.
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