Veteran's Day is this Saturday, (November 11), and a number of restaurants and businesses throughout the Sioux Falls area will be showing their appreciation to all those who have served, by offering special deals, and discounts to our veterans.

One of those businesses here in the Sioux Empire is the Hy-Vee Stores.

Actually, Hy-Vee is honoring veterans for the entire month of November. One of the ways is by offering a Veteran's Day breakfast on Friday, (November 10).

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According to Dakota News Now, all the Hy-Vee stores across the entire eight-state region will be serving up a free-buffet style breakfast from 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM that day for every veteran and active-duty member who stops in.

In addition, all active-duty military members can also get savings on grocery items on Friday. Dakota News Now reports that your Hy-Vee Stores will offer military members 15 percent off their grocery purchases on Friday both in-store or by using the Hy-Vee Aisles Online program.

The rest of us non-military shoppers can also show our appreciation to the men and women who have worn the uniform by rounding up our purchases at Hy-Vee Stores through (November 15).

Hy-Vee is again marching out its annual Homefront Round Up fundraiser.

Right now the Hy-Vee stores are matching customer donations up to $100,000 with all the proceeds benefiting Hope for the Warriors, Operation First Response, the American Red Cross, and the Puppy Jake Foundation.

It's just one of the ways that your Hy-Vee Stores are helping to serve those who have served.

Get all the information on Hy-Vee's Homefront fundraiser here.

Source: Dakota News Now/Hy-Vee

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