Pilot offers free meals on Veterans Day, supports vets charity

Updated Nov 3, 2021
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In recognition of Veterans Day, Pilot Company invites all active duty and retired military members to enjoy a free meal at any of its more than 750 participating U.S. travel centers. The company is also teaming up with the Call of Duty Endowment on an in-store round-up campaign to help veterans transition to successful careers after the military.

In honor of Veterans Day, guests at participating owned and operated Pilot and Flying J Travel Centers can join the endowment's mission by rounding up their purchases from Oct. 25 to Nov. 15Pilot will match the donations up to $100,000 and 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the endowment. This year's campaign hopes to raise $500,000, enough to support nearly 1,000 veterans in their transition into post-military careers.

On Nov. 11, Veterans authenticated with ID.me in the myRewards Plus app can save their exclusive offer for a $10 free meal credit. Veterans can choose from a variety of food and beverages at over 680 participating QSR restaurants. The discount is available to be redeemed at any of the company's owned and operated U.S. locations, including over 750 participating Pilot, Flying J and One9 Fuel Network travel centers.