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Want Some Free Chick-fil-A?

The chain restaurant's Atlanta location will give out a free meal to customers dressed "head to hoof" in a cow costume.

Want Some Free Chick-fil-A?

Got this from today. For you waffle fry fans:

WHAT: If you're planning to "steer" clear of black cats and sidewalk cracks on Friday the 13th, why not change your luck by dressing as a cow instead? On Friday, July 13, Chick-fil-A invites Atlanta customers to join in the celebration of Cow Appreciation Day. Customers who dress "head to hoof" in cow attire will be rewarded for their participation in the chain's eighth annual celebration with a free meal (breakfast, lunch or dinner) when they visit one of the company's 115 area restaurants.

Chick-fil-A will award a complimentary entrée to customers partially dressed in cow attire, such as a cow-spotted scarf, purse, tie, hat or other accessory.

The Atlanta-area Chick-fil-A restaurants will celebrate by giving away 1,000 half-gallons of Chick-fil-A's freshly brewed sweet or unsweet iced tea beginning at 11am on July 11 at Lake Lanier and 1,000 more following the Lasershow Spectacular at Stone Mountain Park on July 12. Cow Appreciation Day stickers will also be available.

WHEN: Lake Lanier Tea and Sticker Giveaway, Wednesday, July 11, 11am

Stone Mountain Park Tea and Sticker Giveaway, Thursday, July 12, Following the Lasershow Spectacular

Cow Appreciation Day, Friday, July 13, Restaurant hours vary by location

WHERE: Cow Appreciation Day, All Atlanta area Chick-fil-A restaurants

To find a Chick-fil-A restaurant, visit Chick-fil-A.com/Locator.

WHY: For the past 17 years, the renegade "Eat Mor Chikin" Cows have entertained consumers with their desperate, self-preserving antics in an effort to convert beef eaters into chicken fans. The Chick-fil-A Cows and the "Eat Mor Chikin" campaign have enjoyed such widespread public success that the chain has evolved the award-winning campaign into a fully integrated marketing program. In addition to clever roadside billboards, the "Eat Mor Chikin" Cows are the focal point of Chick-fil-A’s in-store point-of-purchase materials, promotions, radio and TV advertising, and clothing and merchandise sales, such as the popular Cow Calendar.

FOR MORE INFO: Please visit www.CowAppreciationDay.com for more information, costume downloads and photo contest details.

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