Dress like a cow on July 11 and get free Chick-fil-A all day

What's black and white and straight up about to inhale an entire order of Chick-fil-A chicken strips?

You, probably, on July 11th at your nearest Chick-fil-A location!

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In case you didn't know (let's be real, there's no way you knew) July 11, 2017 is Cow Appreciation Day and Chick-fil-A is celebrating by offering one free entree to any customers dressed in any sort of cow-themed apparel.

You can come in something as minimal as cow-spotted accessories or really milk this promo and go full-udder.

Jon Bridges, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Chick-fil-A, gushed:

"Every year we are amazed at the number of customers who participate in Cow Appreciation Day. It's a great opportunity for guests to celebrate by exploring our menu – whether they want to try some of our newer menu options, such as our Smokehouse BBQ Bacon Sandwich or Egg White Grill, or go with a classic like our Original Chicken Sandwich or Chicken Biscuit."

This will be the 13th year in a row that the company will run the promotion in all of its 2,100 restaurants nationwide.

Entrees are redeemable from store open until 7 pm, so you better MOO-ve it if you're looking for a dinnertime deal.

A full list of entrees that are redeemable are here — spanning breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Sadly, salads do not count towards the promotion (probably because they need to save the greens for the cows and what not) but let's be honest — If you're going to go into public dressed as a cow in the name of free fast-food, the chances you were going to order a salad are about as likely as seeing a cow fly (though stranger things have happened, we suppose.)

So ring those (cow) bells and herd your squad on July 11 for all the waffle fries your human hearts desire — and be sure to share on social media using the #CowAppreciationDay hashtag.

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