Knott’s Berry Farms
November 1st kicks off Knott's Berry Farms’
Military Tribute Days. The annual event offers FREE admission for Veterans and current Military personnel along with a guest,
with additional tickets (up to 6) available for just $15.99 each. DD214, Veterans Administration Hospital ID or Active
Military Service ID must be presented at the turnstile. Eligible person must be present. (Sorry, Dependent I.D.s not accepted.)
Ends Thanksgiving Day (November 25, 2010).
In honor of Veterans Day, Sam’s Club locations
nationwide will distribute 36,000 Hugo canes free of charge on November 10th, 11th and 12th, 2010 to U.S. military veterans
in need of mobility assistance. This is their way of saluting our nation’s veterans for all the incredible contributions
they have made to our country. They say, “To all who have served... Thank You!”
McCormick & Schmick
McCormick & Schmick's, for the 11th year in a row,
the 87 locations in 25 states are offering free entrees to veterans on Sunday, Nov. 7th. The chain also requests military
ID and highly recommends reservations. The promotion is on Sunday instead of Veterans Day, "Because it allows vets to
bring their families who might not be available during the week," CEO Bill Freeman says.
Golden Corral is offering free buffet meals - including beverage and dessert - to current military and veterans on Monday,
Nov. 16, from 5 to 9 p.m. No military ID is required for its ninth annual Military Appreciation Monday,
according to Dolly Mercer, national events manager. The event is held on this date, she says, "So we don't interfere
with Veterans Day activities."
Kreme Doughnut Corporation is offering free doughnuts to all Veterans and active military
personnel. Just visit any participating Krispy Kreme to redeem your free doughnuts. No identification required but keep it