MONDAY, NOVEMBER 09, 2020
Trump’s 1383rd Day In Office
To Take Advantage Of All Those Free Offers
The Anderson Veterans Society says reveille will be at 0530 Wednesday morning where Veterans of all races, creeds, and sexual orientations can begin boarding the busses for Anderson Township’s Seventh Annual Veterans Day Grub Crawl at Ohio Second District Congressman’s Office, located at 7954 PFC James Miller IV and Staff Sergeant Richard T. Pummill Memorial Highway (aka Beechmont Avenue), so Anderson Veterans can visit every one of the 487 area restaurants in Anderson and the surrounding tri-state areas offering Free Food for Veterans on Veterans Day 2020
WLW Phony Patriot Bill Cunningham says Freeloaders Pretending to be Veterans couldn’t believe all the free meals they could scarf down on Veterans Day.
All offers have been individually verified by our Offers.com team. However, be sure to call your local restaurant or business to see if they’re participating and inquire about what documentation or proof of service is required.
Most of these offers are available only on or around Veterans Day unless otherwise specified, but you can enjoy military discounts from retailers and restaurants year-round.
Now here’s your Whistleblower-Newswire Guide to some of the great Veterans Day free meals brought to you by Spruce!
If you’re not seeing your favorite restaurant from last year, they may still be participating but haven’t listed their 2020 information. This list is updated many times a day, so keep checking back on the Spruce website for more information.
Important: Please read through the Veterans Day Free Meals FAQ for important information you need to know before getting your freebie or a free meal, like military qualifications, restaurant participation details, and Among the non-food freebies, Great Clips is giving anyone who gets a haircut on November 11 a card that a veteran or active-duty military service member can later use for a free haircut; We’re not sure if Meineke offers free oil changes with military ID on Veterans Day; or if Veterans can have their fatigues starched at Andy Pappas’ Cleaner Concepts; but at Yellowstone and every other National Park, admission is free for everyone on November 11, but you still have to pay for your membership to the Anderson Dog Park on Kellogg Avenue.
Only in The Blower were people able to read about how local Veterans could also pig out LAST YEAR on Veterans Day Eve at the Patriot Center, 6660 Clough Pike, where the Anderson Township Veterans Memorial Committee provided a complimentary dinner, cash bar and live entertainment. Last year Dinner was provided by Belterra and Dessert was donated by Mt. Washington Care Center.
In all cases, Veterans should be sure to bring your ID with your proof of status as a current or former member of the military. This would include your DD-214 Form, Dog Tags, Sharpshooters Medals, shot records, and if the Trumpster hasn’t rescinded Obama’s executive order, Gay Veterans will be able to give each other short-arm inspections in restrooms at any of the gay-friendly restaurants, although we are not sure if Chick-Fil-A is participating this year.