Today is Veterans Day. And not only do we honor those who served, but it is an honor to serve them. So here's our Chatsworth Patch list of deals for Veterans and active military available today:
- Applebee’s -- Veterans get a free meal at Applebee’s with proof of service.
- Car wash -- Veterans get a free car cash at more than 822 locations nationwide.
- Chili’s -- Veterans get a free meal with proof of service.
- Famous Dave’s -- Eat for free or get a discount on your meal.
- Lowe’s -- Get 10% off your entire purchase year round with military ID.
- Home Depot -- Get 10% off your entire purchase year round with military ID.
- Hooter’s -- Eat 10 free wings when Veterans buy a drink.
- Kmart -- Get an extra 5-10% off almost everything with Kmart coupon code VETERANSDAY.
- Knot’s Berry Farm -- Veterans get free admission to Knott’s Berry Farm with proof of service. Ends Thanksgiving Day.
- Krispy Kreme -- Veterans get a free donut from Krispy Kreme at participating locations.
- Outback Steakhouse -- Veterans get a freebie Bloomin’ Onion and Coke.
- Sam’s Club -- Veterans get a free Hugo cane while supplies last.
- 7-Eleven -- Veterans get a free small slurpee at 7-Eleven.
- Subway -- Veterans get a free 6-inch sub sandwich at participating locations.
- TGI Friday’s -- Veterans can buy one meal and get a free meal at T.G.I. Friday’s Bring proof or wear your uniform.
- Military Wallet -- Check out The Military Wallet for more deals.
What's Open and Closed
Schools, private and public, are closed today on Veterans Day.
Mail service is suspended, banks are closed and libraries and courthouses are closed.
The universities and Los Angeles Valley College are closed for the day.
The bus and subways systems are on regular weekday schedules and trash pick-up is on the regular schedules.
There's a parade in the San Fernando Valley starting at 11:11 because it will be on 11/11/11. It begins at Laurel Canyon Boulevard and San Fernando Mission Boulevard and ends at the Ritchie Valens Recreation Center and Park at 10736 Laurel Canyon in Pacoima.
The Seventh Annual San Fernando Valley Veterans Day Parade started in 2004 when Congressman Howard L. Berman, Councilman Alex Padilla and Commissioner Fred A. Flores, County of Los Angeles, Veterans Advisory Commission worked with members of the community to establish the parade