If you see people dressed up in cow costumes walking into Chick Fil-A restaurants on Tuesday, don’t be alarmed.
It’s part of a promotion from the fast food chain for Cow Appreciation Day, according to its website. Chick Fil-A is offering a free entree for anyone who dresses in any type of cow attire. It could be a costume from “head-to-hoof” or a cow-spotted accessory.
Customers can pick any item from the menu except for salads. Dressed up children can get a free kid’s meal for dressing up.
Free entrees will be available to cow attire-clad customers from store opening to 7 p.m. Last year, Chick Fil-A gave about 1.6 million free entrees to dressed-up customers, according to the site.
The fast food chain has long used cows in their advertising. Often times, the cows hilariously encourage people to eat chicken instead of beef by holding signs that say “Eat Mor Chikin.”
There are Chick Fil-A locations in Arden-Arcade, Elk Grove, Rancho Cordova and Granite Bay.