Vets Eat Free at Cheeseburger in Paradise


This Veteran’s Day, Cheeseburger in Paradise will be honoring military personnel with a free meal of their choice on Nov. 11. In addition, for every cheeseburger sold from Nov. 12-13 Cheeseburger in Paradise will also be donating $1 to the Wounded Warriors Project.

“Cheeseburger in Paradise is appreciative of all our customers, and would like to take Veterans Day to thank our veterans and active service for all they do for our country,” says Steve Overholt, Paradise Restaurant Group president. “We are excited to not only serve our veterans on Nov. 11, but also provide a donation to the Wounded Warrior Project through our fundraising effort on Nov. 12 and 13.”

“As an Air Force veteran who served in Desert Storm, it means a lot that Cheeseburger in Paradise is not only recognizing veterans’ service, but also giving back in a meaningful way to the Wounded Warrior Project,” says Tom Kempsey, Cheeseburger in Paradise vice president of culinary. “We encourage everyone to come enjoy paradise while honoring these fine men and women.”

Veterans are eligible to receive a free meal of their choice, when they dine at any one of Cheeseburger in Paradise’s locations.

In order to receive their free meal, military personnel must present one of 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, or Wearing Uniform)
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