Applebees Celebrates Veterans Day With Free Refreshments

November 12th, 2010 - 7:56 pm ICT by GD  

By Meena Kar
applebees2Nov 12, (THAINDIAN NEWS) Applebees Promotions and Locations The Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar restaurant chain celebrated the Veteran’s Day in its own way. Where most share of the celebration was by the US military wings and other related organizations who are directly related to the US army, navy and air force, by paying a tribute to them, Applebees went a step ahead to make the day special for the veterans. They offered free meals for the veterans and their family members.

The popular food chain, which is known for its lip-smacking delicacies, observed the day by offering free meals to the US veterans and active duty service members. These delicacies included dishes like 7 oz House Sirloin Steak, Double Crunch shrimp, Fiesta Lime Chicken, Oriental Chicken Salad, Chicken Tenders, Bacon Cheeseburger and Three-Cheese Chicken Penne. According to the authorities of the restaurant, these food are healthy, tasty and full filling too. For example, the salad consists of salad has 1,310 calories and 93 g of fat. However, if the health conscious veterans wanted to opt for something healthier with less calorie and fat, they could even place an order for the Sirloin Steak, with only 240 calories and 10g of fat. To avail the offer, all that the veterans and military servicemen needed to do was, produce their identity cards to the counter and avail the offer.

The offer was open all over the country. The celebration at Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar restaurant chain started at 10 a.m. till the evening, when the shops were closed. All through out the day, the all the branches of this restaurant were packed with veterans and their family. Ellis Hanks, of South Georgia, who served the army for 21 years, feels that he was honored to get the opportunity and takes pride for being recognized for his profession.

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