Chick-fil-A Celebrates National Cow Appreciation Day, Friday July 10
I wholeheartedly appreciate Chick-fil-A and this Friday July 10th, it’s time to appreciate some cows. The cow being the official mascot of Chick-fil-A , and their “Eat Mor Chikin” slogan, come in dressed like a cow on National Cow Appreciation Day and get some free grub.
Come into any Chick-fil-A restaurant dressed as a cow and receive a free meal.
Put on your best cow costume and join us for free fun on Friday July 10. Don’t have a costume? Make your own using our starter kit. Plus, you can add to the excitement by entering our Kids’ Photo Contest (starting Monday, June 22) and Facebook Photo Contest (starting Friday, July 10)
So whattya think GrubGrade readers? Should I break out the utters and grab a free meal in the process? I’m thinking maybe…
- Q: What is Cow Appreciation Day?
- A: For one day only, black and white spots, cow bells and furry ears will be appropriate attire in the nation’s second largest chicken chain. In celebration of July 10, Cow Appreciation Day (an unofficial yet nationally recognized holiday), Chick-fil-A will award a free combo meal (breakfast, lunch or dinner) to any customer who comes to one of the chain’s 1,300-plus restaurants fully dressed as a cow.
- Q: What does “fully dressed as a cow” mean?
- A: “Fully dressed as a cow” means an effort to be dressed like a cow from head to toe. For customers who want to join us in partial cow attire (such as the cow headband, a cow-printed hat, vest or purse) a free entrée will be given.
Get more info at CowAppreciationDay.com