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Logan’s Celebrates Veteran’s Day With Free Meals And Big Giveaway

Roadhouse has always believed in honoring our nation’s armed forces and showing appreciation to those men and women who have served to protect our country. In addition to our regular military discount of 10% which is valid year round for active and retired military members, we want to further show our support on Veteran’s Day with accompanying promotions to celebrate past and current warriors.

This Friday, active and retired military members are invited to enjoy a free meal at any of the 196 company owned Logan’s Roadhouse locations. Guests with a military ID will be presented with a special menu and can choose from delicious entrees including items like our 6oz. Choice Cut Sirloin, Wood-Grilled Chicken or Salmon and Southern Fried Fish, just to name a few. This offer will be valid all day Friday, November 11th.

As an added bonus, Logan’s Roadhouse and The Aleethia Foundation will be announcing the grand prize winner of our Veteran’s Day Bike Giveaway on November 11th. This special sweepstakes launched in September and invited people to submit nominations honoring the heroes in their lives. The randomly selected winner will receive a custom-designed motorcycle as seen on The History Channel’s popular television show “Counting Cars.” The bike is a one-of-a-kind Harley Davidson that features Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum flash artwork by Norman Collins.

“At Logan’s Roadhouse, we fully support and honor our nation’s military, and we want to offer our gratitude by taking care of our military service men and women with the Veterans Day offer and with this once in a lifetime and priceless opportunity for one lucky winner,” said Brad Jacobus, Vice President Marketing for Logan’s Roadhouse. “It’s a small gesture on our part to give a heartfelt ‘thank you’ while shining a light on their tremendous dedication for all the sacrifices they have made for our freedom.”