Isle Casino Hotel Bettendorf salutes our military


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Posted Online: May 10, 2013, 11:02 am
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Press release submitted by Isle Casino Hotel


Bettendorf, Iowa(May 10, 2013) – The Isle would like to celebrate Armed Forces Day by giving our military members a free lunch buffet.

All veterans oractive military with valid identification can receive a delicious lunch at Calypso's® Buffet for FREE May 13 - 19! Calypso's takes great pride in providing freshly prepared, locally sourced menu items. Enjoy delicious favorites including freshly baked breads, pizza, a carving station, savory side dishes and delectable desserts!

Stay up to date on all of the happenings at Isle Casino Hotel Bettendorfby visitingwww.theislebettendorf.com.


















 




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