A Fresh, New Approach

cow-1 Chik Fil-A has hired some new muscle to help crack down on beef eating humans in a few of their major markets.

The Board recently  acknowledged that while the cows used since the start of the company were “cute”, it was time to take a “fresh, new approach” to getting the “Chicken is Better. . . or else” message across.  cow-13 replace

The new mascot for Chik Fil A is shown below, greeting visitors/inspecting vehicles  as they enter a local park outside of Atlanta.

I wouldn’t want to be the first one caught with a Wendy’s Double Cheeseburger on my lap, that’s for sure.

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“Yes, they are real”

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For the record, I am a supporter of Chik Fil A, their values, the way they treat their employees and the good they do in their communities. This post is meant to be humorous and I suppose if the corporate attorneys don’t agree, I’ll know by tomorrow morning.

 

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About A Simple Village Undertaker

I am just a simple, village undertaker back living in Aiken, South Carolina, USA who likes to share the view out of my window.
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2 Responses to A Fresh, New Approach

  1. Little Voice says:

    I think that is a cow (not a bull), and she doesn’t have the same appeal as the old ones.

    Liked by 1 person

    • The idea was to be funny….the big horns and all. I didn’t realize cows have horns, but I’m a city boy. Regardless, not one of my stellar posts, but I wanted to do something with that picture. Thanks for being a faithful follower.

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