If you are a veteran or in the military, 10 chicken wings at Hooters are on the house on Memorial Day.
This year, that goes for spouses, too.
"Military spouses have to make some of the toughest sacrifices in the world, especially when their loved ones are away on active duty," said Andrew Pudduck, vice president of marketing for Hooters of America.
This Monday, military personnel and spouses can choose from bone in or boneless wings with buffalo or other sauces. The deal is good with any drink purchase and ID at any of the 345 restaurants.
For the occasion, the "Hooters Girls" servers will be wearing camouflage tank tops and shorts.
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