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Foxborough Lines Up Food Deals & Discounts For Veterans Day

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Foxborough Veterans Day

It is time to show your love and respect for the veterans and serving men and women of the US military because it is Veterans Day. The local businesses in the Foxborough are understand this only too well, which is why a number of discounts, promotions and special events await our dear veterans on this weekend as well as on Monday. Here is a look:


The military service men and women will be given free admission to The Hall at Patriot Place this weekend. The Hall will also offer a complimentary special on the lunch menu in exchange of a military ID. The Hall will remain open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday.


Bar Louie is giving out free meals to active duty military members and veterans on Sunday. The lunch, worth $10, will also have a free non-alcoholic beverage to go with. You need to keep your ID or proof of service handy, though.


The Olive Garden is offering a free entree to veterans and active duty members of military on Sunday. The offer is open during regular business hours and there is a special menu on offer regarding this. With all the free entrees, you can also pick up garlic sticks (freshly baked) and a choice of soup or salad. Active as well as veteran personnel will be granted 10% off on purchases at the Old Navy store on Monday if you show up with your ID cards.


On Monday, November 12, Red's Tavern Double and Bottomless Steak Fries are up for free for all Red Robin guests who show up with their military ID or proof of service. A Free Veterans Day Meal awaits qualifying participants at Chili's in Walpole and Dedham.


Sam's Club in Seekonk is giving away more than 25,000 Hugo canes to veterans who need mobility assistance. Texas Roadhouse is offering free lunch at every location across the country in honor of men and women of the US armed forces, on Monday. Offer is for all veterans. 7-Eleven is offering a small Slurpee free of cost on Sunday, to all current and former military members.



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