American Businesses Celebrate Veterans Day with Generosity for Those Who Served

Our nation’s very ethos is that of freedom – a bold proclamation by our Founding Fathers, and a sentiment that we all understood would need vociferous protection.

But our original Americans, having just bested the enormous and powerful British Empire, were not afraid of sacrifice. Their cause was both true and valuable, and they understand that we could only bolster the good faith that liberty provides through a steadfast commitment to the principles of freedom.

This is where the brave men and women of the Armed Services would become a crucial part of the American experience.

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These are the courageous.  The bold.  The first to head toward trouble as opposed to away from it.  Their duty is an honorable one, and one that the nation around them celebrates at several points throughout the year.

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Now, on Veteran’s Day, our country’s corporate class is doing their part as well, offering what they can to the men and women who risked it all to protect our way of life.

As part of our commitment to Serving Those Who Serve, we’re bringing you this list of deals and freebies. It is suggested to call or check with local locations ahead of time to make sure they are participating in the deal.

Applebee’s: Military veterans and active duty service members can eat free from a special Veteran’s Day menu at participating locations on Monday with an I.D.

BJ’s Restaurant: On Veterans Day, all service members can enjoy a complimentary entree up to $14.95, plus a free Dr Pepper, by presenting a military ID or proof of service.

Brick House Tavern + Tap: 20% off meal on Nov. 11 for veterans and parties up to 4.

Bubba Gump Shrimp: Military personnel and their families receive 20% off on food and retail purchases on Nov. 11, 2019.

California Pizza Kitchen: On Veterans Day, all veterans or active duty military personnel will be able to select a free entree from a special Veterans Day menu including pizza, salads and pasta. Please come in uniform or bring your military ID or other proof of service.

Chili’s Grill & Bar:  All veterans and active duty military personnel can choose a complimentary meal from a select menu on Veterans Day 2019.

The Chop House: On Mon., Nov. 11th veterans with military ID or in uniform get 50% off any dine-in lunch or dinner entree.

Cicis Pizza: Free pizza buffet with valid active duty or retired military ID on 11/11/19.

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store: Veterans receive a complimentary Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola® Cake dessert or Crafted Coffee beverage. Plus an opportunity for guests to make purchases that support Operation Homefront. Veterans Day only.

Denny’s All You Can Eat Pancakes: All active, non-active or retired military personnel at all participating Denny’s restaurants nationwide will receive a free Build Your Own Grand Slam breakfast on Monday, Nov. 11, from 5 a.m. to noon. Diners must show ID to receive this offer.

Dunkin’ Donuts:  Veterans and active duty military can enjoy a free donut at Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants nationwide, no purchase necessary.

Famous Dave’s: All former and current military personnel will receive a free two meat Combo.

Firebirds: Complimentary meals to active duty military and veterans on Veterans Day.

Fogo de Chão: Veterans receive 40% off and their guests 10%.

Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers:  Veterans receive a free combo meal card.

Golden Corral: From 5-9 p.m., Golden Corral offers a free sit-in “thank you” dinner for Military veterans, retirees, and active duty members.

Hooters Free Meal: Hooters invites all veterans and current servicemen and women to a Hooters Veterans Day free meal from their select Veterans Day menu by presenting a military ID or proof of service at participating Hooters locations across the country on 11-11.

And this is but a small portion of the liberty-laden list, the rest of which can be viewed here.

While we can never truly repay those who have given everything for our nation, every gesture is at least something that we can give back.

From the entire Freedom Outpost family, we would like to say thank you for your service.

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