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CTX businesses honor vets for Veterans Day

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CENTRAL TEXAS (KXXV) -

Several organizations and businesses are honoring veterans for Veteran's Day on November 11. 

Free admission to the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum for service members and their families. 
1000 George Bush Drive West
College Station, TX 77845 

FOOD 

Free entree for active-duty military and military veterans at Olive Garden restaurants.

Free appetizer or dessert for anyone that can show proof of military service; 10% off for guests that dine with veterans at Longhorn Steakhouse. 

Complimentary entree under $12.95, must present military ID to receive offer

Buy one get one free for small burrito, bowl, or salad from 3 p.m. to close at Chipotle for veterans,military and military spouses with proof of service.

Complimentary dessert to veterans at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. 

Free "Thank You" dinner for military veterans, retirees, and active duty members at Golden Corral from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Free meal for veterans, current servicemen and women with military ID or proof of service at Hooters. 

Free pancakes and combo at IHOP from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for veterans and current service men and women. 

Free pizza parties for military families at local VFW posts, VA hospitals, and American Legions from Marco's Pizza. 

Free meal for active duty and veterans at On the Border. 

Free appetizer or dessert for veterans and active duty military servicemen and women at Red Lobster with valid military ID. 

Free lunch at Texas Roadhouse with proof of military/VA ID card. 

DISCOUNTS 

Veterans will receive a 5% discount from November 10-13 with valid military or VA ID. 

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