2017 Veterans Day Castillo Law Blog

Preparing for Veteran’s Day 2017

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2017 Veterans Day Castillo Law Blog
Veteran’s Day originally started as Armistice Day in 1919, commemorating the day World War I officially ended in 1918. Armistice Day became an official holiday when approved by Congress in 1938. In 1954, after World War II, President Eisenhower declared Armistice Day as Veteran’s Day, a day to honor all who have served for our country. Veteran’s Day has been observed in the United States on November 11th every year since 1978. Prior to 1978, Veteran’s Day did not have a specific date; it bounced between November 11th and the fourth Monday in October. With over 23 million veterans in America, November 11th is our day to thank our veterans and show our appreciation for all of their efforts and sacrifice.

Ideas for giving back to Veterans

If you are interested in giving back to our veterans, here are a few ideas from the Corporation for National and Community Service:

  • Visit a wounded veteran at the hospital
  • Deliver a meal or care packages to veterans
  • Volunteer with an organization that provides therapy dogs to veterans, such as Canine Companions for Independence
  • Provide transportation for vets who are unable to travel to VA medical facilities on their own by volunteering with Disabled American Veterans
  • Say “Thanks!”

Businesses offering thanks to our Veterans

If you are an American veteran, here is a list of places offering deals to thank you for your service:

  • Denny’s – Free ‘Build your own Grand Slam’ on Friday from 5 Am to 12 PM
  • BJ’s Restaurant – Free entrée under $12.95
  • Applebee’s – Free meal
  • Black Angus Steakhouse – Top sirloin steak dinner with side dishes and beverage for $9.99
  • California Pizza Kitchen – Free pizza and beverage on Saturday and Sunday
  • Macaroni Grill – Free Mom’s Ricotta Meatballs & Spaghetti
  • On The Border – Free meal
  • Texas Roadhouse – Free lunch, beverage, and sides
  • Red Robin – Free Red’s Tavern Double Burger and Bottomless Steak Fries
  • Great Clips – Free haircut
  • Sea World – Free Admission
  • Knott’s Berry Farm – Free Admission
  • Elements Massage (Chandler locations) – $50 – $90 savings on massage sessions from November 11, 2017 to November 13, 2017

Arizona is ranked in the top ten states for retired veterans to settle down according to Wallet Hub and Think Advisor. Here at Castillo Law, we are proud to live in a state with such a strong regard for military service and we sincerely appreciate and thank our veterans for their service to our state and country. Ms. Castillo is a veteran herself and takes pride in having served our great country!

To all you veterans, you served your country, now let us serve you. Don’t let legal trouble tarnish your military presence! If you or a loved one is facing criminal allegations, Castillo Law is here to help 24/7 at 480-206-5204.

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