Popular “breastaurant” chain giving “unsung heroes,” military spouses a free meal

Unlike Hooters, which celebrated relationship failures by offering free wings to those who shredded a picture of their ex on Valentine’s Day, Twin Peaks restaurants would like to keep your wife happy.

While the offer may be a double-edged sword, considering your wife may find out that you have been staring at a set of “peaks” that don’t reside in a mountain range, the decision to take up the offer will be your wife’s -as usual for most.

“We noticed that there was a huge void in businesses recognizing the unsung heroes who support our troops,” said Nick Howard, a spokesperson for the Twin Peaks restaurants in South Florida.  “This year at our stores in Ft Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, & Ft Myers we will be offering free meals to military spouses.”

While the details of the free meal are not completely clear yet, the restaurant seems to have a genuine interest in giving back.

They are also hoping to give service members a chance to reunite while their spouse at Twin Peaks on May 10th.

“We would love to put together a package to give the families something special to enjoy together even after the meal is over,” said Howard.

If you are active-duty or just returning from overseas duty and interested in surprising your spouse on May 10th at one of the Twin Peaks’ Ft Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, or Fort Myers locations, please contact us here.

Just remember not to get caught gazing at the scenic views the peaks have to offer.

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