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If you’ve been seeing spots this July 14th, you’re not alone. Herds of Americans donned in black-and-white, handmade cow costumes are roaming the country, headed to local Chick-fil-A restaurants as part of the nation’s eleventh annual Cow Appreciation Day. The rules: customers clad from head to hoof receive free meals, while those dressed a little more subtly earn themselves a free sandwich.
1995--that was the first year a grassroots movement led by herds of black and white cows hit the national scene. Unified in their message, the organized Holsteins have spent the last two decades asking Americans to put down their burgers.
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For one day only, black and white spots, cow bells and furry ears will be appropriate attire at Chick-fil-A ® restaurants across the country. As part of the Atlanta-based restaurant’s Cow Appreciation Day celebration, customers who show their spots eat free on Friday, July 11 at any one of the chain’s 1,800-plus restaurants.
“Today is going to be an awesome day. Brought my team Chick-fil-A so they can be on the same page as my mood.”