Quad-City Times Bix 7 race participants swarm the Chick-fil-A table for sandwiches at the after-party at the Quad-City Times building following 2016's 42nd annual race.

Kevin E. Schmidt, QUAD-CITY TIMES

Dust off that cow costume in the closet, because it could earn you a free meal Tuesday.

Chick-fil-A is having a party to celebrate the 13th annual Cow Appreciation Day, and any adult customers who dress in any type of cow attire will get a free entree. You don't have to don a full cow costume; you could simply put on a cow-spotted accessory to bag an original chicken sandwich and the egg white grill for breakfast.

Children will receive a free kid's meal for dressing in a cow costume, but sorry, salads are not part of the promotion this year.

Cow Appreciation Day ties into Chick-fil-A's longtime marketing campaign that features "Eat Mor Chikin" cows.

The celebration lasts from the opening of each store until 7 p.m. Want to learn more? Go online to chick-fil-a.com/cow-appreciation-day. The website also includes information about local stores and their hours.

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