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Jul 5, 2013

News: Chick-fil-A - Cow Appreciation Day on July 12

Photo credit: Chick-fil-A
Cow Appreciation Day is once again upon us at Chick-fil-A restaurants nationwide. To celebrate, customers who drop by any Chick-fil-A restaurant fully dressed as a cow on Friday, July 12 will receive a free combo meal of their choice.

Combo meals include an entree, side item, and fountain drink.

To help customers along, Chick-fil-A has a "cow starter kit" available on their website that features printable pieces for a cow costume.

For those not yet ready to go full-on cow, you can still get a free entree of your choice by wearing any cow-spotted accessory, like a hat, shirt, or bandanna.

If you're wondering "why cows?" The reason is that Chick-fil-A has long used (running on 18 years) cows that implore/cajole audiences to "Eat Mor Chikin" as part of the chain's marketing efforts.

4 comments:

  1. Don't forget to take your same-sex partner and give 'em a big smooch in the restaurant!!

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  2. Yes - combatting hate is so-ooo "lame".

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  3. It is a sad day in the discourse of this country in which one can brand others as hateful and think nothing of it. Perhaps, if one practiced less selective perception and truly had an open mind, they'd learn that individuals can hold positions and convictions, and hold them publicly, without displaying any sign of what we'd commonly call hate towards another individual. Perhaps they'd see that there are solid philosophical and practical underpinnings to why individuals hold positions, and understand that holding these positions does equate towards hate in any form.



    But alas, that would require Americans to engage in actual discourse with real individuals, as opposed to, you know, just engaging in flaming each other online.

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