Morris County: Butler, Dover, East Hanover, Flanders (Mt. Olive), Parsippany; In what has become a neighborhood tradition for five years, the New Jersey Applebee’s will again honor and thank all who served in the United States Armed Forces. Our nation’s veterans and troops are invited their local Applebee’s for a free meal on Veterans Day, Monday, November 11, 2013 as a thoughtful remembrance of gratitude for their actions to preserve our freedom.
In New Jersey, Applebee’s are offering Veterans a special menu including some of its signature and favorite items, including the:
· 7 oz. House Sirloin
· Bacon Cheddar Cheeseburger
· Three-Cheese Chicken and Sun-Dried Tomato Penne
· Chicken Tenders Platter
· Oriental Chicken Salad
· Fiesta Lime Chicken®
· Double Crunch Shrimp
New Jersey Applebee’s will open serving lunch starting at 11 a.m. and dinner until closing at midnight or later. The honored guests will need to provide proof of service, which includes: U.S. Uniform Services Identification Card, U.S. Uniform Services Retired Identification Card, Current Leave and Earnings Statement, Veterans Organization Card, photograph in uniform or wearing uniform, DD214, Citation or Commendation.
Offer is valid for Dine-in only. Traditional sides are included with the free entrees; appetizers, upgraded side items or extras, beverages, desserts and gratuity are not included. For more information, guests can call their local Applebee’s or visit www.applebees.com.
Gratitude from Neighbors across the Country
In addition to free meals for veterans on November 11, Applebee’s created its Thank You Movement in 2011 as a way for Americans to express their personal thanks to our more 24 million veterans and active duty members of the Armed Forces. To date, more than 4.5 million thank you messages have been sent through www.thankyoumovement.com.
This year, Applebee’s has a treat in store for veterans of the country’s most grateful neighborhood. Each thank you entered on www.thankyoumovement.com will be tallied by town and the Applebee’s neighborhood with the most thank you messages will receive a free concert in their town for veterans this Veterans Day. Singer-songwriter Gavin DeGraw, who lends his song “Soldier” to the company’s national ad campaign in support of the Thank You Movement, will gratefully perform in their honor November 11.