DALLAS - Twin Peaks, the mountain lodge-themed restaurant, is giving back to those who have fought for our country. In honor of Veteran's Day, the ultimate man-cave sports lodge will be treating all service men and women to a free meal, Monday, November 11.
All active and retired members of the Armed Forces are invited to visit Twin Peaks for lunch or dinner and select any meal from the Twin Peaks menu.
"We always support our troops, and we are glad to have the ability to give back to those who have served our country so well," said Kristen Colby, Senior Director of Marketing for Twin Peaks. "Veteran's Day has been dedicated to these troops and we should honor their services on this special day."
Additional information on Armed Forces Appreciation Week, as well as store addresses and phone numbers, is available at Twin Peaks. Offer is good for Service Men and Women only. Veterans should show valid credentials or military identification to receive the complimentary meal.
For more information on Twin Peaks, including locations and franchise information is available at TwinPeaksRestaurant.
Founded in 2005 in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville by successful restaurant veterans Randy DeWitt and Scott Gordon to meet the needs of an untapped market, Twin Peaks features high-quality food and ice cold draft beer served by friendly and attractive Twin Peaks Girls in a mountain sports lodge setting. Twin Peaks was named a "2010 Hot Concept!" by Nation's Restaurant News and among Restaurant Business magazine's 2011 "Future 50" concepts and 2013's Top "Social Media 50" brands. The national chain has 45 locations throughout 19 states.
SOURCE Twin Peaks