Industry News | November 9, 2012

East Coast Wings Offers Free Food for Vets on Veterans Day

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To honor the men and women that are serving or have served our country, East Coast Wings & Grill, the North Carolina–based casual-dining chain known for its 75 different flavors of chicken wings, is proud to honor military personnel with a free meal on Veterans Day.

On November 11, 2012, 20 of East Coast Wings & Grill’s 21 locations will offer all active and inactive military personnel one free menu item from its veterans’ menu.

No other purchase is required, but customers must show their active or retired military identification.

Acceptable forms of ID include the following:

  • U.S. Uniform Services Identification Card
  • U.S. Uniform Services Retired Identification Card
  • Current Leave and Earnings Statement (LES)
  • Veterans Organization Card (i.e., American Legion and VFW)
  • Photograph in uniform
  • Wearing uniform

East Coast Wings and Grill in Goldsboro, North Carolina, will offer a buy one entrée, get one free deal to all current and former service members.

“We are incredibly grateful for the brave men and women who currently serve or have served our country,” says Sam Ballas, CEO of East Coast Wings & Grill. “We are proud to offer our local veterans this small token of appreciation for all of the sacrifices they have made.”

 

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