Free Meal for Cow Appreciation Day at Chick-fil-A

The eighth annual Cow Appreciation Day is Friday, July 13.


It's that time of year again.

One of the only days it's acceptable to wear your cow costume three months before Halloween: Cow Appreciation Day (CAD).

What is CAD you ask? Well, it's a campaign by Chick-fil-A to encourage customers to dress in cow attire from "head to hoof" and win a free meal which could be a breakfast, lunch or dinner.

You don't have to completely dress up when you visit any one of the company’s 48 area restaurants if you don't want to. Wearing a cow-spotted scarf, purse, tie, hat or other accessory can also win customers a complimentary entrée.

Restaurant locations in Silver Spring and nearby:

  •  825 Ellsworth Dr., Silver Spring 
  • 12289 Tech Rd Silver Spring
  • 7101 Democracy Blvd Spc 2122 Bethesda
  • 1150 S Campus Dining Hall College Park
  • 620 Michigan Ave Ne Washington, DC 20064

The DC area restaurants celebrated by launching a Chick-fil-A food truck Monday. The truck serves fresh-to-order lunch Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Customers can follow the food truck on Twitter at @chickfilamobile to see where it will be parked throughout the week, which could be any of the following locations: Union Station, Farragut and Farragut North, Navy Yard, Metro Center and M Street.

Wearing a costume this year? Send us your mobile photos at Tamika@Patch.com. You can also upload to this article by clicking 'add photo'.

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