Chick-Fil-A Cows Infiltrate Cyberspace

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NEW YORK — The Chick-fil-A cows have extended their anti-beef message to the Web, urging people to “Eat mor chikin,” much in the same way they do on roadside billboards and TV spots.

The Chick-fil-A Cow site ( http://www.eatmorchikin.com/ ) features the bovine characters carrying signs with misspelled scrawl like “Eat Chikin.

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