• FEATURED:

    Honoring Heroes: Free deals for Arkansas veterans

    7:40 AM, Nov 12, 2012   |    comments
    • Share
    • Print
    • - A A A +
    • FILED UNDER

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Nov. 10, 2012) - In honor of Veterans Day, there are many restaurants and companies who want to thank our veterans by providing them with discounts or a free meal.

    To those companies offering veterans a free meal or discount, the military community gives a collective thanks!

    Denny's Free all you can eat pancakes from 6 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 12 for all active, retirees, and veterans with a valid military ID or proof of military service. Offer available in every Denny's nationwide.

    Golden Corral - Free meal, Monday Nov. 12: The 12th annual Golden Corral Military Appreciation Monday dinner is available to any person who has ever served in the United States Military. If you are a veteran, retired, currently serving, in the National Guard or Reserves, you are invited to participate.

    Hooters- Free Meal, Sunday, Nov. 11. Offer good for all veterans and active duty military personnel. Get 10 Free Wings - Boneless or Regular, drink purchase required. Offer valid at participating Hooters only; open to all active duty and military veterans with valid military ID or proof of military service.

    Outback Steakhouse - A week of Free Bloomin' Onions and Cokes Nov. 11-12. Outback Steakhouse is honoring America's military veterans by offering active duty military and veterans a free Bloomin' Onion and a Coca-Cola product. This offer is available to Military Personnel with ID. Also receive 10% off your purchase from Nov. 13 - Dec. 31.

    Subway- In honor of Veterans Day, SUBWAY will donate $111,112 to the Wounded Warrior Project 's economic empowerment program.

    T.G.I. Friday's - Free Lunch, Monday Nov. 12. Valid for all U.S. Military personnel and veterans. Must wear uniform (if permitted by your service) or present military ID or other proof of service. Only valid at participating locations for anyone with an old or current military ID.

    (Source: themilitary.com)

    Most Watched Videos