July 13 is the 2012 Chick Fil A Cow Appreciation Day

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ConsumerQueen (on left) and Rachel (on right) for 2011 Cow Appreciation Day

Friday the 13th is typically a day spent avoiding black cats and ladders, but for at least one restaurant chain and its customers, Friday the 13th will show spots of good luck.  On Friday, July 13, Chick-fil-A will thank its customers with a free meal as part of its annual Cow Appreciation Day celebration.

On that day, Chick-fil-A is promising a free meal to anyone dressed “head to hoof” in cow attire and a free entrée to those with at least a few spots. Customers can visit any Chick-fil-A restaurant nationwide for breakfast, lunch or dinner to participate in the celebration.

In 2011, nearly 600,000 people participated in this festive event, and we’re sure to have an even bigger turnout this year. For more information, head to CowAppreciationDay.com.  The site has a preview of the Chick-fil-A iPhone app, details on this year’s costume photo contest and even some printable cow spots.

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