Chick-Fil-A Owner Offering Year Of Free Sandwiches For Safe Return Of Giant Inflatable Cow

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If you’ve seen a 24-foot inflatable cow somewhere it shouldn’t be, the owner of an Arizona Chick-fil-A would like to make you an offer.

The owner of a Tempe, AZ Chick-fil-A is offering up a year’s worth of free sandwiches — no questions asked — for the safe return of a giant inflatable cow that was stolen Saturday night after a football game where it had made an apperance, reports FOX-10. The cow is a bit of a local celebrity, making regular appearances in Tempe including football games and store grand opening events.

“Saturday night after the ASU football game… we took down our 24-foot inflatable Chick-fil-A cow that says ‘Eat More Chicken’and stowed it my truck for a few hours until we could get over to the storage unit,” the owner told the news station.

The restaurant filed a police report on Sunday, and an investigation is underway. In the meantime, the owner is pretty bummed that someone would pilfer the giant bovine.

“This is the only 24-foot inflatable cow in the state of Arizona, so we’re definitely down,” he says. “It takes a team of us to get this thing up and tied down. It also takes a team of us to take it down and roll it back up and put it in the back of the Chick-Fil-A truck.”

Local Chick-Fil-A owner hoping thief brings back 350-pound inflatable cow [FOX-10]

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