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June 27 07:52 AM

Restaurant to offer free meals to active military

Iron Skillet Restaurant, located at the Petro Shopping Center, 6910 West Bert Kouns Industrial Loop in Shreveport, invites all active-duty military, veterans and reservists with proof of service to enjoy a complimentary meal on Independence Day, Friday, July 4.

The offer is good at any participating TA and Petro Shopping Centers across the country.

On July 4, any veteran, activeduty or reservist from the military can receive a complimentary meal of their choice (up to a $15 value) by simply showing proof of service to their server prior to ordering their meal.

Proof of service includes U.S. Uniform Services ID card or Retired ID card, Current Leave and Earnings Statement, Veterans Organization Card, photograph in uniform, DD214, or citation or commendation.

This is the third year that TravelCenters, operator of TA and Petro Shopping Centers, is honoring military with free meals on Independence Day.

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