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Veterans Day 2015 Freebies

Restaurants are offering veterans and active duty military free meals on Wednesday, November 11. Restaurants are offering veterans and active duty military free meals on Wednesday, November 11.
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

This is a news release from eCoupons.com and VeteransDayFreebies.com.

Many national and local restaurants are offering veterans and active duty
military free meals on Wednesday, November 11. 

Matthew Cheng, creator of eCoupons.com and VeteransDayFreebies.com said,

"To honor our nation's veterans, restaurants are offering free meals to
thank military members for their service and sacrifice."

Veterans Day Freebies 2015

1. Applebees: Free Applebees Signature Entree.
2. California Pizza Kitchen: Free Entree. 
3. Chili's: Free Entree. 
4. Denny's: Free Grand Slam breakfast. 
5. Golden Corral: Free dinner between 4pm - 9pm. on November 12.
6. Einstein Bros Bagels: Free Coffee.
7. Famous Dave's: Free One Meat Salute.
8. Golden Corral: Military Appreciation Night Free Dinner.
9. Hooters: Choose from free menu items.
10. Little Caesars: Free $5 Hot-n-Ready Lunch Combo.
11. Max & Erma's: Veterans Eat the Free Best Cheeseburger in America.
12. Olive Garden: Free meal from special menu. 
13. Outback Steakhouse: Free Bloomin Onion appetizer and beverage. 
14. Sizzler: Free Lunch and beverage.
15. Texas Roadhouse: Free Lunch.

More information at www.VeteransDayFreebies.com and www.eCoupons.com


About: eCoupons.com offers free electronic coupons to thousands of online and
brick and mortar stores. It has been featured in the Wall Street Journal,
Crain's New York Business, Reader's Digest and Real Simple magazine. Everyday,
hundreds of coupons are added to eCoupons.com by its team of money saving
experts.

Contact: Matthew Cheng
Email: mcheng@ecoupons.com
Phone: 212-655-4417

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