It gives me great pleasure to highlight the Tuscaloosa area businesses that are doing something to honor our veterans today.

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This list is not meant to be a guarantee of service, merchandise or gifts of any value as I am only passing this information on to you.

The info is from our friends at, so here it is:

Applebees- Military members receive a free meal when dining in from a special menu on Nov. 11 ONLY.

Buffalo's Cafe-Vets get a complimentary entree from the core menu. Valid at participating locations only.

Buffalo Wild Wings- free order of 10 boneless wings with fries on Nov. 11. Must show Military ID.

Chicken Salad Chick- free meal at all locations.

Chili's- free meal from a select menu on Nov. 11.

Chuck E. Cheese- free personal one topping with valid military ID. No delivery.

Cracker Barrel- free slice of Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola Cake in sore or online.

Dunkin' Donuts- free donut of your choice, in store only.

Freddy's- free Original Double with Cheese combo meal card good until Nov. 30.

IHOP- free blueberry pancakes, dine in only.

Krispy Kreme- free coffee and a doughnut.

Little Caesars- free lunch combo from 11am-2pm.

Outback Steakhouse- service members and spouses get a free Bloomin' onion with any Coca-Cola beverage.

Pilot Flying J- free meal at participating locations.

Red Lobster- free Walt's favorite shrimp, fries and coleslaw on Nov. 11.

Starbucks- free Tall hot brewed coffee.

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Thank a veteran today at some point. They are the reason we sing the National Anthem.

Watch Lee Greenwood's "God Bless The USA" below.

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