Little Caesars Offering Free Lunch to Military Members on Veterans Day

by Jon D. B.
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Pizza giant Little Caesars is now offering free lunch combos to all veterans and active members of the military for Veterans Day 2020.

Are you or a loved one a member of the U.S. Armed Forces, and love pizza? Firstly – thank you and yours for your service – and also, you’re in luck!

From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on this Veteran’s Day – Wednesday, Nov. 11 means free pizza. All veterans and active military can have lunch on Little Caesars for free during this time.

“All of us at Little Caesars are thankful to all of our veterans and members of the military for their service,” says Little Caesars President David Scrivano. “In addition to complimentary lunch on Veterans Day, our family-owned company remains committed to supporting these heroes every day with programs like the Little Caesars Veterans Program.”

Little Caesars Provides Free Military Lunch For Veterans Day

This isn’t just some small throwaway lunch, however. The pizza chain’s lunch includes four slices of “Detroit-style Deep Deep Dish Pizza” and a 20-ounce Pepsi drink.

“The Little Caesars Veterans Program, now in its 14th year, provides honorably discharged veterans and Gold Star families financial incentives to open a Little Caesars franchise of their own. Under the Veterans Program, honorably discharged veterans and Gold Star families receive benefits when opening a franchise store, including a franchise fee discount, equipment and supply discount, financing assistance, as well as advertising and publicity support, among others.”

In order to receive said free lunch, proof of service is required. This should be in the form of an ID card with a veteran designation. In addition, a DD-214, or currently issued military ID are also acceptable.

From all of us here at Outsider.com: Thank you to our veterans and men and women of the armed forces. And thank you Little Caesars for providing for this vital community.

[H/T PennLive]

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