Americaâ€™s Diner invites military personnel with valid ID to enjoy a free meal on Veterans Day
Spartanburg, SCÂ (RestaurantNews.com)Â To thank Americaâ€™s heroes for their endless dedication and service,Â Dennyâ€™sÂ is giving away never-ending stacks of its famous buttermilk pancakes to active, inactive and retired military personnel on Monday, Nov. 11.
From 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. at all participating Dennyâ€™s restaurants nationwide, diners with a valid military ID will receive free all-you-can-eat pancakes, complete with warm maple syrup and whipped butter. These fluffy, all-American favorites can be enjoyed on their own or as the perfect complement to any Dennyâ€™s meal.
â€œAs Americaâ€™s diner, weâ€™re passionate about celebrating and showing our appreciation for our countryâ€™s heroes,â€ said John Dillon,Â @DillonJohnW, vice president of marketing for Dennyâ€™s. â€œWeâ€™re thankful for the sacrifices these outstanding men and women have made, and we hope theyâ€™ll join us on Veterans Day for a small taste of our gratitude.â€
Select Dennyâ€™s nationwide offer a 10 percent military discount year-round for diners with proof of service. For more information or to find a participating Dennyâ€™s near you, please visitÂ www.dennys.com.
About Dennyâ€™s Corp.
Dennyâ€™s is one of Americaâ€™s largest full-service family restaurant chains, currently operating more than 1,680 franchised, licensed and company-owned restaurants across the United States, Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico, Honduras, Guam, Puerto Rico and New Zealand. For further information on Dennyâ€™s, including news releases, please visit the Dennyâ€™s website atÂ www.dennys.com.
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