While it is nice to have one designated day for it, Veteran’s should be honored daily for the sacrifices they have made, and what they have given us for little in return. A Veteran myself, I am proud to say I served my Country with Pride and Dignity. I even went to Desert Storm/Shield and while I was fortunate to get to come home, many did not, as well with all those who have served before and since. It is their memories that should be honored, and remembered. So if you see a Veteran, thank them, take time out of your day, to make theirs. You will be surprised how many will feel overwhelmed that you took time to do that.
Some great companies are standing up and giving a little something back to Veterans on 11/11/2014. Show your support for these companies, as they show support for those who have been through so much.
Check out the offers below for 11/11:
Krispy Kreme – Free Donut (any variety) & Small Coffee
Denny’s – Free Build Your Own Grand Slam
Bob Evans – All You Can Eat Hotcakes
Baker’s Square – Free Breakfast
Texas Roadhouse – Free Lunch from Special Menu
T.G.I. Friday’s – Free Lunch from Select Menu from 11 am – 2 pm
Outback Steakhouse – Free Bloomin’ Onion and Non-Alcoholic Beverage
Lone Star Steakhouse – Free Starter All Day
Applebee’s – Eat Free All Day from Special Menu
Ruby Tuesday – Free Appetizer
Red Lobster – Free Select Appetizers
Olive Garden – Eat Free
Red Robin – Free Tavern Double Burger with Bottomless Steak Fries
Smokey Bones – Free Entree from Special Menu
Cracker Barrel – Free Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola Cake
Again, I salute all those who have served with me, before me, and after me, thank you for your courage, and commitment. I am thankful for all of you! ~Tom
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