New York Finally Gets Free Chick-Fil-A!
Chick-fil-a has long been high up on the long wishlist of food options that Midtown Lunchers have been clamoring for. With the exception of a sole location in the NYU food court (closed for the summer), the entire city is without the combination of luscious chicken filets wrapped between soft, buttery rolls and topped with a tangy pickle. And if that weren’t bad enough, a couple years ago, the company started making annual trips to our fair city offering their delicious sandwiches for free to the media elites on “Cow Appreciation Day”. It’s so upsetting, we felt the need to issue PSAs warning Lunchers to not get too excited if they saw Chick-fil-a employees wandering around Midtown with giant cases full of southern delights.
Well, Chick Fil A has finally responded to our pain!
Tomorrow is “Cow Appreciation Day” and this year as part of their fairly silly (but effective) ad campaign, they’ll be driving a doubledecker bus around New York handing out 750 free sandwiches between 10am and 1pm. They will be giving location hints on Twitter and checking in on FourSquare for any followers willing to run out of the office as soon as they get the message for some tasty, tasty chicken (apparently at 11am they will definitely be in front of the Natural History Museum, but beyond that nothing has been announced.) It doesn’t say whether or not you’ll have to dress up as a cow to get the free sandwich- but you might want to just in case! [via Eater]