A Chick-fil-A in Hendersonville, North Carolina, is facing a backlash after it put out a call on social media for "volunteers" to work its new drive-thru express -- and said they'd be given free food instead of pay. The Facebook post from earlier this week was deleted after it drew overwhelmingly negative comments. It said the volunteers would earn five free entrees per one-hour shift worked. The Hendersonville Chick-fil-A has declined to comment, and a corporate spokesperson told Business Insider that the company didn't endorse the volunteer program and that the Hendersonville restaurant had decided to end it. The spokesperson said, "Most restaurants are individually owned and operated, and it was a program at an individually owned restaurant." One commenter noted on a Reddit thread about the issue, "There is so much wrong here I don’t know where to start. But first of all: Why not just [give] money instead of vouchers? Aren’t they more than the minimum wage?"