Tuesday, July 10th is Cow Appreciation Day

"If it's free, it's for me." If that's you, then you'll love Chick-fil-A's Cow Appreciation Day! Tuesday, July 10th starting at 6 AM all you have to do is show up at a Grand Junction location. There is a catch. There is a store on the CMU campus but most of us go to the Grand Junction location at 522 Bogart Lane. If you're not sure where that's at, it's basically HWY 50 and Rimrock Avenue. Show up anytime before 7 PM. The catch? You must be dressed like a cow.

Anything "cow" will work. You can make a costume yourself, buy or rent it (however if you spend too much that kind of defeats the purpose). Grab an old t-shirt, draw on some black spots with a sharpie, make some cow ears, and "boom" you're good to score some free Chick-fil-A!

Cow Appreciation Day is in its 14th year. It's basically Chick-fil-A's "customer appreciation day" in honor of their iconic "Eat Mor Chikin" Cows. If you're worried that you may look silly or be alone. There's no chance of that. Last year 1.8 million people nationwide participated. So we'll see you at Chick-fil-A and yes, I'll be dressed like a cow, kinda.