On The Border Offers Veterans Day Deals
After four years and more than 80,000 military members served, On The Border Mexican Grill & Cantina announced it will be continuing its Veterans Day tradition of offering a free Choose 2 or Choose 3 Combo Meal to all active and retired military members on Saturday, November 11. More than 150 different combination choices are available all day long on Veterans Day to say “thank you” to those serving in the nation’s armed forces.
“Our military men and women sacrifice day in and day out for the freedom we all enjoy as Americans,” says Ashley Zickefoose, chief marketing officer for On The Border. “We can think of no better way to honor their dedication than to give them some freedom of their own in choosing a complimentary Veterans Day meal from On The Border.”
On The Border’s Veterans Day combo options include a wide variety of OTB classics and favorites such as:
- Four Different Kinds of Enchiladas – Ground Beef, Chicken Tinga, Cheese & Onion, and Spinach & Mushroom
- Three Types of Crispy or Soft Tacos - Ground Beef, Chicken Tinga, and DosXX Fish
- Beef or Chicken Empanadas
- Mini Chicken Chimichangas
- Chicken Tortilla Soup or House Salad
Military members with valid ID or proof of service may select any two or any three items to create their own free combo. Each combo also includes guests’ choice of black beans or refried beans and their choice of rice at no additional charge. Complimentary endless made-in-house chips and salsa are also available Veterans Day and every day at all On The Border restaurants. Offer is available at all participating restaurants. Menu items may vary based on availability. Not combinable with any other offer. Beverages, appetizers, dessert, and gratuity are not included.
“On the Border serves nearly 20,000 military members a free meal on Veterans Day each year,” Zickefoose says. “This year, we’d like to make to make that number even larger and invite any and all active and retired military members to dine with us for free any time, all day on Saturday, November 11.”