Hungry Chick-Fil-A customers donned black spots, floppy ears and udders on July 13 to celebrate the restaurant’s eighth annual Cow Appreciation Day. Chick-Fil-A offered a free entrée to customers who arrived in partial cow attire, and a free meal to those who arrived in a full cow costume. According to the restaurant’s website, the nationwide celebration was a runaway hit. “Our 8th annual Cow Appreciation Day was our biggest success yet. It was truly our pleasure to give away meals to thousands of loyal fans all across the country,” chick-fil-a.com read. Fuquay-Varina customers enjoyed the day, with friends and families arriving in various states of cow dress for a meal.
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