Chick-fil-A Serving up Latest Cow Calendar, Seasonal Milkshake for the Holiday SeasonATLANTA  (Restaurant News Release)  The Chick-fil-A Eat Mor Chikin’ Cows are taking reality TV by stampede this holiday season with the chain’s new 2011 Cow Calendar. The seasonal cheer at Chick-fil-A® doesn’t stop there. The Atlanta-based restaurant chain will also sell gift cards and add the Peppermint Chocolate Chip Milkshake back to menus as a limited-time flavor to celebrate this special time of year.

The latest edition of the cow-themed calendars, entitled “The Cows of Reality TV: You Can’t Script the Fight Against Burgers,” pays homage to some of today’s most popular reality TV shows. In an effort to prove cows can do more than just make a good meal, the clever bovines star as the leading mammals and contestants on the reality shows featured each month in the calendar. Shows include “Boogyin with the Bovines,” a dance competition featuring cows attempting to “show the world that it’s better to see a cow cut a rug than see one become a cold cut” and “The Beefcake,” a dating show starring 20 heifers vying to win the affection of a “prize bull.”

The calendars can be purchased at any mall or stand-alone Chick-fil-A restaurant or at for $6 (plus tax) beginning Nov. 1 through early January (or until supplies last). The calendar also includes monthly food and beverage offers.

The holiday excitement continues with the seasonal Peppermint Chocolate Chip Milkshake, which is back by popular demand on Chick-fil-A menus nationwide starting Nov. 1. As with the chain’s year-round milkshake flavors, the Peppermint Chocolate Chip Milkshake is hand-spun with Chick-fil-A’s popular “home-style” Icedream® and topped with light whipped cream and a maraschino cherry. Milkshakes are offered in 14 oz. or 20 oz. cups and are priced from $2.55 and $2.95, respectively.

About Chick-fil-A, Inc.

Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A, Inc. is the nation’s second-largest quick-service chicken restaurant chain (based on sales), currently with more than 1,525 restaurants in 38 states and Washington D.C. Chick-fil-A produced record sales in 2009 of $3.22 billion – an 8.6 percent overall increase and an 2.52 percent same-store sales gain that helped extend the chain’s streak of consecutive sales gains to 42 years since founding in 1967. 

Credited with inventing the boneless breast of chicken sandwich and first introducing the chicken nugget concept, Chick-fil-A serves nutritious and freshly prepared food products in mall locations, stand-alone restaurants, drive-thru-only restaurants, Chick-fil-A Dwarf House® and Truett’s Grill® full-service restaurants, and through licensed outlets in college campuses, hospitals, airports, businesses and industrial sites.  More information about Chick-fil-A is available on the chain’s websites, located at,, and