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Military invited to eat free at Applebee's

By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Some south Georgia restaurants will do good in the neighborhood for service men and women.

Veterans and active duty military will eat free on Veterans Day, this coming Wednesday at Applebees restaurants.

Locations in Albany, Valdosta, Tifton, Thomasville, and Moultrie will roll out the red carpet for those who serve our country.

"We try to do as many things for local causes as much as possible and the military touches every neighborhood in the United States so we're looking at ways to support our troops they do a lot for us," said Clyde Furlong, Restaurant Manager.

On Veterans Day (November 11), veterans and those on active duty with proof of United States military service will be able to select one complimentary entrée from a selection of delicious favorites:

  • 7-ounce House Sirloin
  • Three-Cheese Chicken Penne
  • Fiesta Lime Chicken®
  • Fire Pit Bacon Burger
  • Chicken Tenders Platter
  • Oriental Chicken Salad

Not only will these heroes receive a delicious entrée for free, but also the traditional sides that come with each entrée will be served "on the house."

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