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VIDEO: Locals dress up as cows for free food

Locals celebrate Cow Appreciation Day while visiting Chick-fil-A restaurant in Lawrenceville Friday. Anyone who came into the restaurant fully dressed in a cow costume received a free combo meal.


Josh Jackson and Ashlyn Goodman, right, talk with Chick-fil-A employee Michelle Arnold, center, while celebrating Cow Appreciation Day at the Chick-fil-A restaurant in Lawrenceville Friday. Anyone who came into the restaurant fully dressed in a cow costume received a free combo meal.

Josh Jackson and Ashlyn Goodman, right, talk with Chick-fil-A employee Michelle Arnold, center, while celebrating Cow Appreciation Day at the Chick-fil-A restaurant in Lawrenceville Friday. Anyone who came into the restaurant fully dressed in a cow costume received a free combo meal.

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Cow Appreciation Day at Chick-fil-A restaurants

Locals celebrate Cow Appreciation Day while visiting Chick-fil-A restaurant in Lawrenceville Friday. Anyone who came into the restaurant fully dressed in a cow costume received a free combo meal.

Locals celebrate Cow Appreciation Day while visiting Chick-fil-A restaurant in Lawrenceville Friday. Anyone who came into the restaurant fully dressed in a cow costume received a free combo meal.

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Jessica Tatz, 3, drinks her milk with a straw while dressing as a cow in honor of Cow Appreciation Day at the Chick-fil-A restaurant in Lawrenceville on Friday.

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Kent Simons wears a "Eat Mor Chikin" sign around his neck as he waits to place his order on Cow Appreciation Day at the Chick-fil-A restaurant in Lawrenceville on Friday. Costumers wearing partial cow attire received one free entree.

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The Chick-fil-A restaurant chain held its annual Cow Appreciation Day on Friday. People of all ages around the country celebrated by dressing up like a cow. Those who came to the restaurant dressed fully as a cow received a free combo meal. Partial cow attire was good for a free entree.

For Lawrenceville resident Michelle Treleven, who has been attending Cow Appreciation Day with her daughter for the past five years said, “Chick-fil-A has always been pretty exciting for our family, but especially on Cow Appreciation Day where we can dress up, be creative and get some food out of it. That’s awesome!”

Talking about the customers wearing black and white spots, cow bells and furry ears, Lawrenceville store manager Nathan Bailey said, “ It’s something fun for the customers, we have whole families from moms, dads and kids all dressed up and come out.”

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kevin 1 year, 5 months ago

There are 1,000's in metro Atlanta that could have done this job without dressing up!

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