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New England celebrates Veterans Day, restaurants serve over 20,000 free, 'scratch-made' meals to heroes
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A New England restaurant brand is not giving up on America’s heroes — far from it.
Tuscan Brands, the group that owns eateries such as Boston’s Tuscan Kitchen, is continuing its tradition of inviting military veterans to enjoy a family-style, multi-course meal — for free — on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
Tuscan Brands Enterprises founder and CEO Joseph Faro told FOX Business in an interview that his restaurants have served over 20,000 veterans and their families ever since the company started the tradition in 2010.
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The New Hampshire native said that while other restaurants may close on Veterans Day, Tuscan’s tradition to serve those who have served our country has "never changed."
"And that has really spawned some amazing experiences," he said.