Smyrna-Vinings Patch has caught bovine fever as local businesses have gone crazy for Cow Appreciation Day.
Cow Appreciation Day is generally celebrated on July 15, although there is a tad disparity between some local businesses as to when to honor their favorite farm animal.
Tomorrow, Chick-fil-A at 3100 South Cobb Drive will give away free combo meals to customers who dress from “head to hoof” in a cow costume. Customers who are too chicken to wear a full costume can still participate. Partial costumes like a cow hat or cow-print will be rewarded with a free entrée.
A small herd of Chick-fil-A cows is expected to be on South Cobb Drive corralling costumers into the restaurant.
Cowlicks Yogurt & Floats in Vinings is offering $2 off all its yogurts and floats all day on Friday, July 15, for customers who come dressed like cows or wear cow-print.
Josh Solomon, Cowlick’s manager, added that Bella the cow will be “running around, waving people in, being around the store and just having a great time.”
For cow costume inspiration, check out this link.