Cow Appreciation Day – A day to appreciation cowshed have an undderlyy good time and score some free grub/food at Chick-Fil-A. Dress up and enjoy a family outing. #Chickfila #CowAppreciationDay #Cow #CowAppreciation 🐄 🐮
Come dressed up like a cow or have a cow accessory on this day!
Tuesday, July 9, 2019!
On this day and this day only, dress up like a cow and have a udderly good day. Bad pun eh?
Come dressed up in Black and white spots, cow bells and ears.. Please make sure it is in appropriate cow attire from your head to hoof. Maybe you want to be different and dress up like another type of cow, be creative! After you, the family and your group is dressed up head to a participating Chick-fil-A ® restaurant. You can get free breakfast, lunch or dinner combo meal, includes an entrée, side and a drink.
If you are a “chicken” you can also get away with a cow-spotted accessory, like a hat, scarf or purse and get a free entrée instead.
To sum it up, if you dress like a cow you get a free complete meal with entrée, side and drink. If you have a cow accessory you get only the entrée.
Of course, I am sure certain restrictions apply and only at participating locations too.
One thing funny you can do is if you are driving down the road, pass a farm that has some hay outside, yell really loud and point toward the hay and yell …
When you see a bale of hay off to the distance holler out, “Hay!” Everyone will look around and maybe ask who was that? You can say, “hay.”. Funny stuff eh?
Make your own costume!
You can do it like my daughter and I did. We took an old white t-shirt and you can use markers or black paint make spots on the shirt. Maybe you can get creative with the shirts draw designs our use color? Even hot glue and scrap material or needle and thread in a sewing machine. The possibilities are endless. Get creative!
Since 2004 Chick-fil-a has been doing this event. In 2019, is the 15th year of dressing up like cows. There are over 2,400 participating locations. It has been reported that over 1.95 million people have participated in 2018.
Check out where Amber and I dressed up last year, 2014. I even go over briefly how we did our costumes.
Learn more at chick-fil-a.com/Cows/Appreciation-Day
First published July 11, 2014. Last updated or Republished June 25, 2019.