A 2011 National Restaurant Association survey found that 75 percent of American adults would be more likely to choose a restaurant that participates in a charitable program supporting U.S. military personnel, veterans and their families when dining out on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. Many restaurateurs also like to show their gratitude toward the military in more direct ways. For years, Tim Horton’s has given away donuts, while Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Hooter’s and numerous other ...

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