Military invited for Veteran's Day free lunch


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Posted Online: Nov. 09, 2010, 11:33 am
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Press release submitted by Texas Roadhouse

Texas-size THANKS! For Vets' service to our nation

Who: Davenport's Texas Roadhouse invites veterans and current military to enjoy FREE meals on Veteran's Day, Thursday, November 11.

What: All veterans or active military who show up in uniform (or with military identification) will be honored guests.

Why: Texas Roadhouse appreciates the men and women of our armed forces. This is our way of extending a Texas-size THANKS for their service to our country.

When: Thursday, November 11, 2010

11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Where: Texas Roadhouse

4005 E. 53rd Street

Davenport, IA

Based in Louisville, Kentucky, Texas Roadhouse opened its doors in 1993. In just 17 years, Texas Roadhouse has grown to more than 330 locations in 46 states. The company is famous for hand-cut steaks, made-from-scratch sides, fresh-baked bread, and its lively atmosphere. In 2007 and 2008 Forbes magazine ranked the company as one of the 200 Best Small Companies and in 2009 the company was ranked "Best Value" by readers of Consumer Reports magazine. For more information, visit www.texasroadhouse.com.




















 



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