Veterans Day 2015: What’s Open, What’s Closed, And Who’s Giving Out Free Meals For Vets?

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veterans dayVeterans Day is observed on November 11, 2015, and not only are people across the nation trying to find out what’s open and what’s closed on the federal holiday, veterans and active members of the U.S. Military are wondering where they get get a free or discounted meal on Wednesday.

 Whether you have the holiday off or not, you may be wondering if banks are open, if there is mail delivery, or if stores like Walmart and Target are open. Here’s the scoop on what you will find open on Wednesday as well as a list of Veterans Day restaurant freebies and deals offered on a day that honors those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.

Many people will be talking about getting a much-needed day off or hitting the Veterans Day sales (yes, most retail stores are open) on Wednesday. However, before you hit the mall, if you know a veteran or have a friend or family member serving in the military, let them know how thankful you are that they are serving our country. If you can’t call or visit, American Greetings has free Veterans Day e-cards available that you can send by email, or you can simply post a thoughtful quote on Facebook or Twitter to honor the vets in your social network.
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