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Bob Evans restaurants to serve veterans free hotcakes

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - On Veterans Day, all Bob Evans Farms restaurants will serve free all-you-can-eat hotcakes to veterans and active duty military members.

On Tuesday, November 11, if you're a veteran, simply show your valid military I.D. and pig out on hotcakes. 

"They are heroes who deserve our ongoing gratitude -a heaping stack of our fresh from the griddle hotcakes is our way of saying thank you on this important day," said Steven A. Davis, CEO of Bob Evans Farms.

"On every day, but especially on Veterans Day, our team is honored to celebrate the men and women who give tirelessly of their time and talents to serve in our armed forces," Davis said. Company founder, Bob Evans was a veteran who served in the US Army during World War II.

Guests who would like to indulge in the original hotcakes breakfast, are required to show proof of service, which includes: US Uniformed Services Identification Card, a current Leave and Earnings Statement, or a Veterans' organization card. 

Military personnel wearing their uniform are also eligible.

Myrtle Beach's Bob Evans restaurant is located on 3384 Waccamaw Boulevard. 

For more information, visit www.bobevans.com.

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