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Chick-fil-A Cow Appreciation Day: Dress Like a Cow, Get Free Food

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Today, July 12, is Cow Appreciation Day. That means that when you show up at a Chick-Fil-A dressed like a cow (or even partially like a cow) you'll get free food. Here's the deal:

Show up wearing a full (head-to-hoof) cow outfit and get a free meal. Wear a partial cow costume and receive a free entree.

If you don't happen to have a cow costume in your closet (we'll wait while you check)...download this "cow starter kit".

There's also a cow costume contest, where you can download your best bovine imitation to win Chick-fil-A prizes.

Even if you don't enter, the pictures are pretty hilarious:

Here's a video tutorial on how to dress like a cow (hint: wear spots):



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