Twin Peaks Restaurants has announced it will honor the U.S. military this Memorial Day, May 28, with complimentary entrees for all active military personnel and veterans.
Military personnel must show proper ID or paperwork to receive the free entrée, valued up to $12.
In addition, to celebrate Armed Forces and Memorial Day, from May 25-28 the Twin Peaks Girls will be dressed to impress, but not be hard to spot, in their finest camouflage.
“Twin Peaks has a long history of supporting our troops, from donating calendars to troops overseas to our Twin Peaks girls who regularly greet soldiers returning home,” says Twin Peaks co-founder and CEO Randy DeWitt. “Giving them a free meal is the least we can do for the brave men and women who serve our country.”
This year alone, Twin Peaks will donate more than 3,000 calendars to the military and troops stationed overseas. On top of that, Twin Peaks Girls regularly greet soldiers at DFW International Airport who are returning home.
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