Skip to comments.Veterans Day 2013: 50 free meals at restaurants and freebies nationwide
Posted on 11/09/2013 9:44:40 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
Veterans Day 2013 free meals and free events are offered to veterans and active duty service members. On Monday, Nov. 11, a veteran can actually have a free breakfast, lunch and dinner while heading out for some free events in between meals! Then they can top the day off with the many offerings of free food for snacks, according to The Parade Magazine on Nov. 8.
The nation is finding all sorts of ways to thank the veterans and the active military today as their service to the country is so appreciated. Military Benefits website offered up some of the freebies below, as this year seems to have many more companies joining in to thank the veterans. If you don't own a restaurant or store, there are plenty of ways to thank the veterans of out country. When you see someone in a military uniform, just a simple thank you may light up their day. Send a card to one of the many veteran hospitals nationwide thanking the veterans who are in the hospital for their service.
All free offers for Veterans Day 2013 are for veterans and active military. Proof of service or military ID required....
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Lowes and Home Depot gives 10% off always, for active Military and veterans.
They said on TV, bring your military ID. Well, I don’t have a military ID. I only served 8 years. Am I supposed to bring my bleeping DD214?
Do you use the VA for medical? If not, then yes, a DD214 or equivalent. Many won’t actually want to see “proof” they’ll take your word for it.
One thing Massachusetts actually gets right is providing Veterans drivers license with a flag on it, no need to carry your DD214.
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