Greensboro, NC -- Who doesn't like a free lunch? You could get one on Friday, but like anything that's free, there's one string attached.
At Chick-fil-A, you have to arrive in costume.
Friday is national "Cow Appreciation Day" at all Chick-fil-A locations.
The manager of the Guilford College area Chick-fil-A, Matt Eller, joined the Good Morning Show on Thursday to talk about the day of freebies.
Eller said Chick-fil-A makes it easy, by putting a cow costume pattern on their website. They also have pictures of cow costumes from previous Cow Appreciation Days.
Eller said if you dress like a cow "from head to hoof", you get a free meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
You also have a chance to help feed the hungry this week, when you visit Chick-fil-A.
On Thursday, 2 Wants to Know and Second Harvest Food Bank have teamed up with Chick-fil-A to host a summer food drive. You're encouraged to bring kid-friendly food donations to the Guilford College area location, like peanut butter, applesauce and macaroni and cheese.
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