Anyone going to the June 20 Atlanta Braves game against the Seattle Mariners is encouraged to send us pictures of the vengeful cow currently being installed between the Coke bottle and out-of-town scoreboard.
The cow is part of an effort by Chick-fil-A to “[tie] the chicken sandwich chain to its Atlanta roots”.
Chick-fil-A headquarters is on the south side of Atlanta and it has 131 outlets in the area. The Braves and the Chick-fil-A cows, part of a campaign that urges people to “Eat Mor Chikin,” seemed a natural pairing, [Atlanta area marketing director for Chick-fil-A Robin] Ogle said. “People have a fondness for the cows,” Ogle said. “Anytime we can make a cow bigger and funnier, people love it. They respond to it.”
Stereotypes are always funny especially when animals are involved. We’re serious. The only thing funnier would be a tomahawk-chopping monkey.
Attempts were made to reach the BJP to ask about rumors that the cow is intended to let baseball-loving Sikhs and Muslims know that the party’s reach is long and they can bring the religious ruckus by man or tomahawk-chopping holy beast.
Oh, we’ll also take video of the cow.