100 Fried Food Addicts Sleep At Chick-Fil-A For Year Of Free Chicken

Bill was first on line, having arrived in Herald Square at 5:30 a.m. on Friday morning. Luckily he also made it past the lottery round.

Activist Jamie Sunwoo.

Swag awaits.

Checking IDs to make sure no homeless people win free food.

Keeper of the lottery jar to determine the First 100.

Mac Baker headed up the opening, and has been "very blessed" to work for Chick-fil-A for 42 years.

This is Jamie, who vowed to give his free-meal card to an homeless shelter for LGBT youth.