What would you do for a Chick-fil-A?
A cook lands in hot water while Tater Tots might be the best way to avoid dinner with an infant.
The first 100 people in line get a year's worth of free food.
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The southern chain is giving away free food for Cow Appreciation Day.
Time to dig out that cow costume.
Chick-Fil-A offers "cow appreciation day" with free chicken.
Chick-Fil-A has a few options, but hasn't settled on a spot.
The fried chicken restaurant is creeping in on the suburbs.
A different snack is offered each afternoon of this week.
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Would you brave seventeen inches of snow for a year's worth of chicken sandwiches?
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