Atlanta-based restaurant, Chick-fil-A celebrates Cow Appreciation Day every year. In the current year on Friday, July 9th 2010, Chick-fil-A restaurants celebrated Cow Appreciation Day by offering free sandwich if the guests in fully dressed like a cow. It was Chick-fil-A’s sixth annual Cow Appreciation Day.
On this event when guests dressed with “head-to-hoof” in cow wear, they are rewarded with a free Chick-fil-A meal (breakfast, lunch or dinner). Chick-fil-A offers an entree to customers who partially dressed in cow attire like a cow-spotted scarf, purse, hat or other accessory. This offer is available at participating locations and only while supplies last.
On this day you can visit any one of their more than 1,300 restaurants in fully cow-dressed because here you need to prove that you are no chicken so they offer free Chick-fil-A meal. You also bring your child at restaurant because they provide free meals to your child.
If you have no cow costume, then you can use starter kit which available at its website. So you can get provided free cow items including cow headband, a cow-printed hat, vest or purse. You just need to print out of the page, and then cut out cut out the cow pieces or parts and tape or pin it to your clothes to instantly turn yourself into a cow.
During the last year, there were over 300,000 cow-dressed customers visited Chick-fil-A restaurants in various get-ups from cow-spotted t-shirts to full cow outfits. Cow Appreciation Day 2010 is its sixth year.
If you wear ‘head to hoof’ cow costume, you get full meal. But if you wear one accessory you can get a complimentary entree. During this event you can also win free Chick-Fil-A for a year if you have the best costume through their photo contest. As part of this event, there were two online photo contests available. One photo contest for adults and other is for kids 10 and under. The winner will win a $1,000 U.S. Series EE Savings Bond and a digital camera by the “Show Us the Cow” photo contest.
Chick-fil-A’s senior vice president of marketing, Steve Robinson said, “It takes a loyal fan to dress like a cow for a free meal.”Advertisement