There's not a moment to lose: Any customer dressed as a cow will get a free Chick-fil-A meal on July 10, Cow Appreciation Day. Which happens to be today, so grab your cow-hide jacket and hoof it to Park Meadows or any other Colorado Chick-fil-A® restaurant for a free meal (including choice of entree, side item and beverage) courtesy the "Eat Mor Chikin" campaign.
For those too timid to wear full cow costumes, the restaurants will give complimentary entrées to customers partially dressed in cow attire -- wearing a cow-spotted scarf, for example, or carrying a cowhide purse.
"Cow Appreciation Day gives us a chance to interact first-hand with our most loyal and creative customers," says Doug Jacobson, franchise operator of the Lone Tree Chick-fil-A restaurant. "If you're willing to dress up like a cow for a free meal, it says a lot about how much you love Chick-fil-A!"
Or how cheap you are. For more details, go to www.cowappreciationday.com, where you'll also find downloadable cow masks and other bovine-themed accessories.
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