Www.cowappreciationday.com is presented to you by CFA Properties, Inc., the parent company of Chick-fil-A restaurants. Cow Appreciation Day is a once per year special event at Chick-fil-A restaurants. On that day, if you dress like a cow and visit any participating ChickfilA restaurant, you will get free food. The free food offer will be good for the whole day, so you can choose whether you want a free breakfast, lunch or dinner. This year 2011, the Cow Appreciation Day will be on Fri. July, 8th. It is a one-day only event. So if you like to try some free food at the 2nd largest American fast food chain restaurant selling chicken entrees, you should mark your calendar so that you will not miss it this year.
If you have celebrated it before, you may already know how to dress yourself up as a cow. For those of you who are new to this ChickfilA holiday, you will be glad to know that making a cow costume is very easy. On the site, they have even provided a pre-designed cow costume. All you need to do is just to visit cowappreciationday.com and print out the template on a paper. The template is in a PDF file, and you have to download the costume kit to your computer. After printing it out on a paper, you have to assemble it together to make it into a paper costume and wear it on the July, 8th, 2001 when visiting their restaurant.
To learn more information about this Chick-fil-A free food event and their requirement for the costume, visit the website: