Chain restaurant Shoney’s is offering a free meal to law enforcement officers on Wednesday, July 27.
The gesture was conceived by Shoney’s CEO and Chairman David Davoudpour, who has a track record of supporting law enforcement.
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“America’s men and women in blue need to hear ‘Thank You’ in a tangible and heartfelt way,” Davoudpour said in a statement. “Shoney’s opens its doors every day so that families can enjoy fresh quality food, friendly service for an incredible value but it is never lost on us that none of that happens without our men and women of law enforcement across this great country of ours who make our communities safe.
The free meal for police officers and all members of law enforcement is available during all hours of operations on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at all Shoney’s restaurants.
There is a limit of one free meal — which can be used for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — per member of the law enforcement community. Members of the law enforcement community will need to be in uniform or show proper identification. Offer is valid for dine-in only.
For a list of restaurant locations, please visit Shoneys.com.