Cow Appreciation Day, July 11th, 2008. Any Customer who comes into our unit filly dressed like a cow will get a FREE Chick-fil-A Combo. Partially dressed customers will receive one free Chick-fil-A Entree.
Dress up like a cow and get a free meal.
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 11, 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 1,200-plus restaurants fully dressed as a cow.
Q: What does “fully dressed as a cow” really mean?
A: “Fully dressed like a cow” means effort to be dressed like a cow from head to toe. “Partial cow attire” means just a cow accessory, such as a cow-printed hat, vest or purse.
Q: Which Combos can be redeemed?
A: Appropriately dressed customers may select any breakfast, lunch or dinner Combo. Kids who are “fully dressed like a cow” may request a Kid’s Meal if desired.
Q: Which Entrées can be redeemed?
A: Appropriately dressed customers may select any breakfast, lunch or dinner Entrée.
Q: Can I still redeem the Combo if I just wear a cow hat?
A: Customers who arrive with “partial cow attire” will receive one free Entree. “Partial cow attire” means just a cow accessory, such as a cow-printed hat, vest or purse. Decision is
at the discretion of the restaurant Operator.