News Flash: Cow Appreciation Day @ CFA

Cow Appreciation Day at Chick-fil-A ChickFilA-ChickenSandwich

Tuesday July 12th, 2016 | open – 7pm

Chick-fil-A’s highly anticipated Cow Appreciation Day is Tuesday, July 12th this year. The rules are simple: wear anything cow-like and get a free entrée from open – 7pm! Guests in cow attire may select any breakfast, lunch or dinner entrée, and kids dressed like a cow may select a Kid’s Meal.

You may have noticed that there have been a couple changes to the award system this year. In previous years, those who dressed like a cow from head to toe received any meal free while those who were partially dressed up received a free entrée. This year that system is changing. To make the award more consistent, Chick-fil-A is now only giving out free entrées regardless of how cow-crazy your costumes are. But can we really complain? It’s still free!

CFA Appreciation DaySo on July 12th, don your cow-related items, and enjoy a free breakfast entrée such as the Chick-fil-A Chicken Biscuit or some delicious Chick-n-Minis.  But don’t remove your cow costume just yet! Return for lunch and dinner, and savor entrées such as the Grilled Chicken Cool Wrap and the Chick-fil-A Cobb Salad. Also, if you’re tired of chicken by the time dinner rolls around (impossible!) then your “entrée” can be a small hand-spun milkshake, Iced Coffee, Frosted Coffee or Frosted Lemonade.

Even if all you can pull together is a cow hat, visit your local Chick-fil-A and enjoy the festivities & great (free) food! Get creative & don’t forget to snap some pics to commemorate your udder-ly amazing costumes!

 

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