It’s not just lunch at Chick-fil-A; it’s an event. Cow Appreciation Day on Friday the 13th, was just one of many novel ideas employed by the Chick-fil-A Marketing Team to ‘herd’ people into their two locations in The Woodlands. Customers were encouraged to attend the event dressed in their bovine best. Those completed decked out in faux cow hide were treated to a free lunch. Cow accessorizing was rewarded with a single entrée.
Among those spotted in the crowd…the Forcier family who made their own spotted cow costumes modeled by daughters Julie, Amber, Trinity, and Hayley. Also wearing the black spots were the Blackman family Connor, Fiona, and Mom, Jennifer. College Park High School students, Anna Babcock, Brenna Chaffee, and Allison Lampkin, likewise, fashioned their own cow couture. (See photo).
It’s always a moo-ving experience to graze with local friends and neighbors, as herds of cattle descended on the Lake Woodlands and Sawdust locations. For future Chick-fil-A events in The Woodlands, where they think outside the hide, visit their Facebook page.
Author – Janet Warner