Restaurants salute veterans with free all-you-can-eat hotcakes
Veterans and active military personnel have a hearty hotcakes breakfast coming their way - free on Veterans Day, thanks to Bob Evans Farms. All Bob Evans restaurants will serve free, all-you-can-eat hotcakes to veterans and active duty military members who present a valid military ID Tuesday, Nov. 11.
"On every day, but especially on Veterans Day, our team is honored to celebrate the men and women who give tirelessly of their time and talents to serve in our armed forces," said Steven A. Davis, CEO of Bob Evans Farms. "They are heroes who deserve our ongoing gratitude - a heaping stack of our fresh-from-the-griddle hotcakes is our way of saying 'Thank you' on this important day."
Company founder Bob Evans was a veteran, having served in the U.S. Army during World War II in several posts. He was inducted into the Army in January 1945.
Guests wishing to enjoy the original hotcakes breakfast (holiday offer not available on specialty hotcakes) must provide proof of service. Eligible identification includes a U.S. uniformed services (current or retired) identification card, a current leave and earnings statement (LES), or a veterans organization card (American Legion or VFW, for example). Guests wearing a military uniform on Veterans Day also are eligible.
For more information, visit www.BobEvans.com.