Veterans Day Freebies for Active duty and Veteran military personnel

Hooters will honor all Veterans and active duty military personnel with 10 of Hooters nearly world famous Chicken Wings. All day on Veteran’s Day, personnel with proof of service or a Military ID will receive 10 free wings. The offer is for boneless, naked or traditional breaded wings and is only available for dine in orders.

Outback Steakhouse is aiming to honor veterans who have served in all branches of the military this year and will be hosting a 5 day long Veterans Day special. Beginning on November 7th, any active duty or honorably discharged military member is entitled to a free Bloomin’ Onion and their choice of Beverage. All restaurant locations will be participating in this free giveaway. The last day to receive a free appetizer and beverage comes on November 11.

First there were Energy Drinks, now Relaxation Drinks

BeBevCo, a developer, manufacturer and marketer of relaxation and energy drinks, announced today that their flagship product, Koma Unwind in 2 oz shot form, will now be carried at all 54 Pump and Pantry locations throughout the state of Nebraska. Koma Unwind may have some stiff competition breaking into the relaxation category with my bourbon on the rocks in hand.

Alan Simon Named to Meat Industry Hall of Fame

Omaha Steaks announced that Company Chairman and Fourth Generation Family Owner, Alan Simon , was inducted into the Meat Industry Hall of Fame at an Induction Ceremony held in Chicago on November 1.  As one of 12 members of Class of 2011, Simon joins a list of industry executives, scientists, innovators and association leaders from all sectors of the livestock, meat and poultry processing industries who have received this prestigious honor.


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