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Restaurants Give Free Meals To Veterans

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Several restaurants in Bozeman are giving away free meals or discounts to veterans on Monday.

One of those restaurants is the Olive Garden in Bozeman. The restaurant is offering free entrees to all veterans and 10% off their family and friends' meals.

David Weide currently serves as an air force officer. He said it's great to see all the restaurants honoring veterans.

"It's really an honor and truly a privilege to serve this nation. We have a lot of great veterans and I've met many of them since being assigned to the station here," said Weide.

Olive Garden will offer a 10% discount to all the military families throughout the rest of the month.

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