Cow-Clad Guests Get Free Chick-fil-A on Friday
BRISTOW, Va. — Those who see spots on Friday could be wishing they were wearing them.
Customers at Chick-fil-A who come dressed like the fast food company’s signature icon, a dairy cow, will receive a free meal – but you have to be dressed head to tow in cow attire to get the free food. If you wear a white t-shirt with black spots on it, for example, you’ll get a free sandwich. Either way, it’s free food.
While most Chick-fil-A restaurants will participate in the promotion, Chick-fil-A at 9930 Sowder Village Square in Bristow is making it a very special occasion.
“It will be a very MOOOOV-ing Experience with cow moon bounce from 4 to 8 p.m., DJ Dove from 5:30 to 8 p.m., and then our Friday night movie from 8:30 to 10 p.m.,” said Mike Lovitt, restaurant operator.
Those who come for the outdoor movie will see “Despicable Me 2” as well as play children’s games and dance to DJ Dove’s happy tunes.
Locally there are Chick-fil-A locations in Bristow, Woodbridge, Gainesville, Manassas, and North Stafford.
In 2013, more than 900,000 cow-dressed customers stampeded Chick-fil-A restaurants nationwide for Cow Appreciation Day. The chain expects to host more than one million cow-clad guests for its 10th annual event, according to a press release.