Chick-fil-A offered customers dressed like cows a free combo meal in honor of Cow Appreciation Day, July 10. The stores saw a variety of efforts, these girls used cow faces and cow spots available for download on the company website.
Even the younger ones dressed up for the event.
Some customers dressed in real costumes for the full effect.
Other customers displayed their creative side. These customers started with white plastic trash bags and drew on black cow spots. They completed the costume with paper ears and a nose.
Entire families also got in on the spirit of the day. The "Eat Mor Chikin" sign was available for download from the Chick-fil-A Web site.
This family added cow effects to foam visors.
Chick-fil-A stores also offered special hats before the event for customers to wear on Cow Appreciation Day.
Some customers’ cow costumes included only the hat, while others added their own touches. These children found different animal noses to round out the look.
This cow-costumed customer actually works at the Clarksville, Ind., Chick-fil-A location. She said she came in on her day off to enjoy the free food and take part in the fun.
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Each store also had a Chick-fil-A Cow mascot costume. The mascot interacted with customers throughout the appreciation day event.