Hooters welcomes all active-duty and retired military to stop in for a free meal this Veterans Day as a “thank you” for their service. On Saturday, Nov. 11, all veterans will receive a free entrée from the Hooters Veterans Day Menu by presenting a military ID or proof of service at any Hooters location nationwide. Hooters also invites all guests to support its annual Operation Calendar Drop program with the purchase of a 2018 Hooters Calendar.
The Hooters Veterans Day Menu includes several of Hooters most popular entrées: • 10-Piece Traditional Wings • 10-Piece Boneless Wings • Hooters Burger • Buffalo Chicken Salad • Buffalo Chicken Sandwich
Dining veterans and active-duty military can choose when it comes to saucing Hooters world-famous chicken wings, available with their favorite of Hooters 17 craveable sauces and dry rubs, such as new Texas BBQ, Caribbean Jerk or Garlic Habanero.
As part of its commitment to veterans, Hooters also invites guests to purchase a 2018 Hooters Calendar in support of Operation Calendar Drop. Hooters will collect and ship the calendars to U.S. military deployed in the United States and around the world. Since 2013, more than 100,000 Hooters Calendars have been distributed to troops worldwide. This year’s calendar cover features 2017 Miss Hooters International Chelsea Morgensen from Hooters of Hollywood, California.
For decades, Hooters has supported veterans and servicemen, raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for non-profit military organizations.
The complimentary Veterans Day entrée, ordered off the free meal menu, is redeemable during business hours on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, at any participating Hooters location across the U.S. with the purchase of a beverage. There is no coupon required to activate the deal, veterans and military personnel just need to present a military ID or proof of service to their Hooters Girl while dining in at their favorite location.