July 9, 2011 by staff 

Chick-fil-AChick-fil-A, Good heavens! South Hills Mall was packed, Friday, over a herd of cattle and children. Everyone is there to take a bite free Chick-fil-A. People were “milking” it for all it was worth … Dinner for veal or anyone. However, there was a rule that had to dress like a cow.

“If you come dressed as a cow going to get a free meal,” said Kristine Chrad with Chik-fil-A.

“We have shirts and have a bit of construction paper that we cut the cow spots,” said Chapin nine-year-old Olivia.

You do not need anything too elaborate to get some food. The restaurant always free cow hats. But that was not enough for some.

It’s an annual tradition for Denise Heiman to grab a bite in his cow costume that brings home. He said that in the years he has been using is more than profitable.

“I have this in a costume shop and I think this is the third or fourth time I’ve done this,” he said.

“It is a day of Chick-fil-A to return to our customers around the country. It begins in our corporate offices in Atlanta and goes all the way across the country,” said Chrad hard to find “meat” with a bite free. Chick-fil-A opened in the Southern Hills Mall in Sioux City until 9 pm Friday. The event lasted until close to the shops across the country.

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