Buffalo Wild Wings to offer free food to vets & active-duty military on Veterans Day
Friday, November 3, 2017
TIFFIN – As one of many ways to say “thank you for your service,” Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants in Tiffin and Findlay, both of which are franchise-owned by Mike & Lori Mastro of LoMi Enterprises, LLC, are offering a free small order of boneless or traditional wings and a side of fries for veterans and active-duty military members on Veterans Day, November 11, 2017.*
Buffalo Wild Wings in Tiffin, more casually known as “B-Dubs,” has done several other events and promotions to support area veterans & active-duty military as well. The restaurant also offers a 25% discount to veterans and active-duty military every day.
“We like to support various causes and do different things to help the community,” franchise owner Mike Mastro said.
Most recently, Buffalo Wild Wings Tiffin hosted a fundraiser for Seneca County Veterans on Wednesday, November 1, 2017. A portion of all sales during the event, including takeout orders, benefited local veterans groups.
Again, November 11, 2017 (Veterans Day), veterans & active-duty military* are able to receive a free order of small boneless or traditional wings and a side of fries!
Share this with any veterans or active-duty military you know!
Questions? Call BWW at (419) 937-9464 and ask for a manager or message them on Facebook by clicking here.
* Offer terms: At participating U.S. locations only (Tiffin and Findlay are both participating locations). Offer valid for one (1) small order of traditional or boneless wings and a side of fries. Dine-in only on November 11, 2017. No substitutions, upgrades, or add-ons. Beverages, taxes and gratuity not included. Must present acceptable proof of military service, which include: permanent or temporary U.S. military ID cards, veteran’s card, a photograph of yourself in military uniform, or dine-in at a participating location in uniform. Terms subject to change without notice.[the_ad_group id=”34″]
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