Industry News | November 20, 2014

Wayback Burgers Dishes Out Free Food to Military Personnel

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On Veterans Day, November 11, Wayback Burgers at the Port Hueneme Naval Base in Ventura County, California, served free food to all veterans and active duty military personnel. The men and women of the military could choose any item on the Wayback menu for free, with no purchase necessary, all day long.

This was the Port Hueneme Naval Base Wayback Burgers’ inaugural year of the Veterans Day promotion, with a total of $12,000 worth of food served to more than 630 military personnel throughout the day. The new location looks forward to its second year of business as it continues to serve military personnel in the future.

“We feel privileged that we were able to honor those who have put their life on the line for this country with an American classic: burgers and fries,” says April Valusek, owner of the Port Hueneme Wayback Burgers. “We are looking forward to supporting those who serve our country for many Veterans Days to come.”

In addition to the Port Hueneme promotion, more than 85 Wayback Burgers locations nationwide offered veterans and active-duty military personnel a free Wayback Classic Burger with the purchase of any side and any drink.

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