Jun 23, 2009


Chick-fil-A will give a free meal to customers who come to any of its restaurants on July 10 dressed as a cow. (Is now the appropriate time to say Nothing is Beneath Me?)

The giveaway is part of the Atlanta-based chain’s fifth-annual Cow Appreciation Day (!!), which honors its "Eat Mor Chikin" Cows.

In a related promotion, parents can enter photos of their cow-clad children as part of a "Show Us the Cow" online photo contest for a chance to win a $1,000 U.S. Savings Bond. Between now and Aug. 31, children ages 10 and younger are encouraged to work with an adult to submit creative photos of themselves dressed as cows. The contest Web site has details about uploading photos and contest rules.

The grand prize winner will receive a U.S. Series EE Savings Bond with a maturity value of $1,000, a catered party for their classroom, free Chick-fil-A Kid's Meals for a year and a digital camera, among other gifts.

Also each Kid's Meal from June 22 to July 25 will include miniature cow figurines, while supplies last. One out of every 100 of the cows will have gold spots instead of the traditional black spots and will be packaged with a card redeemable for a free ice cream.


Anonymous said...


I just read Patrice's blog about taking Jonah dressed as a cow on Friday, July 10. Thirteen little "cows" sounds like a great photo opportunity!! And, it is Bill's birthday. Birthday cake and ice cream at Chick-fil-a!! What do you think?


Katherine @ Grass Stains said...

Pats, I had the same thought! I emailed P about it. I just sent you an email, too.

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