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Twin Peaks offers free entrees to military


Memorial Day promo at all 15 locations in 5 states

Twin Peaks staffers greet returning military personnel at DFW airport on May 11.

Twin Peaks Restaurants will honor the U.S. military this Memorial Day, May 30, by offering free entrees to active military personnel and veterans at all 15 locations in five states.

Military personnel must show proper ID or paperwork to receive the free entrée, up to $12.

“Many of our girls have active or retired military in their family, and we all wanted a way to thank them for their service,” said Randy DeWitt, founder and chief executive of Addison, Texas-based Twin Peaks.

Twin Peaks often sends its waitresses to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to greet soldiers returning home and ships Twin Peaks calendars to troops stationed overseas.

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