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Veterans and Current Military Personnel Eat Free at Twin Peaks on Memorial Day, Monday, May 26th

DALLAS, TX (May 15, 2014) – Twin Peaks restaurants across the country want to say ‘thank you’
to the dedicated military personnel in their cities. On Memorial Day, Monday, May 26th, Twin
Peaks will pick up the check for all Veterans and current military personnel and treat them to a
complimentary meal.

“This is just a small gesture to remind the men and women who serve our country how much we
appreciate everything they do,” said Kristen Colby, Twin Peaks’ Senior Director of Marketing.
“Twin Peaks supports the troops year round and a free meal is the perfect way for us to honor
them on Memorial Day.”

Guests of honor will have the choice of any free entrée on the hearty menu, including Twin Peaks
classics like slow-roasted Ribeye Pot Roast and house-breaded Chicken Fried Steak, as well as
the signatures like the tempting Hangover Burger and Green Chile Meatloaf.

“We hope all military personnel, retired and current, feel honored and appreciated on this day,”
Colby adds, “We owe so much to them and want to show our respect and deep gratitude.”

Local information and updates are available at with more
information on Twin Peaks, including locations and franchise information, available

Offer includes one free entrée for Veterans and current military personnel valued at $14.95. One
item per person, dine in only with beverage purchase. Does not include tax or gratuity.

  • About Twin Peaks

    Founded in 2005 in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville by successful restaurant veterans Randy DeWitt and Scott Gordon to meet the needs of an untapped market, Twin Peaks features high-quality food and ice cold draft beer served by friendly and attractive Twin Peaks Girls in a mountain sports lodge setting. Twin Peaks was named a "2010 Hot Concept!" by Nation's Restaurant News and among Restaurant Business magazine’s 2011 “Future 50” concepts and 2013’s Top “Social Media 50” brands. The national chain has 52 locations throughout 20 states.