ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Golden Corral’s Veterans meal salute is typically held on the Monday after Veterans Day. For 2011, there is no change. Golden Corral tells news that its Military Appreciation returns this coming Monday. The annual celebration is to help Disable American Veterans, the chain tells news.
Every Golden Corral in the U.S. will participate in Monday’s celebration, the chain confirms to news. “Military Appreciation Day at Golden Corral restaurants is on Monday, November 14, 2011.” The salute is to honor active military and veterans while also donating to charity.
“All veterans and current active duty military men and women eat free at all Golden Corral restaurants nationwide between 5:00 pm and 9:00 pm.” Golden Corral adds “Golden Corral partnered with the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) to honor our veterans and current active military men and women. Last year the DAV raised more than $1 million in donations as a result of this decade long tradition.”
Some restaurant chains this week confirm to news that their free meal salute will be Friday. Not for GC. “Just a reminder that Military Appreciation Monday is only 7 days away. Please RSVP for the event and help Disabled American Veterans raise money for our men and women in uniform.” More details are available on their Facebook page (facebook.com/goldencorral). For more on Veterans Day, click HERE.