Who’s hungry? Iron Skillet® Restaurants located at participating Petro Stopping Centers nationwide are providing customers with a sticky but delicious opportunity this summer with the “BBQ Double Up Deal.” This delicious deal is geared to raise funds to support the troops through USO and the Mobile USO program. Petro Stopping Centers is the premier travel center brand owned and operated by TravelCenters of America LLC.
“We feel honored to be able to give back to the troops who have given so much to ensure our freedom and security,” said John Ponczoch, Senior Vice President of Restaurant Operations. “The Mobile USO program is a passion of ours as we understand just how much a ‘touch of home’ can impact the spirits of these fine men and women.”
The promotion runs while supplies last at all participating locations. To participate in the deal, customers may pair one of the 12-featured entrees with mouth-watering BBQ ribs. With each “BBQ Double Up Deal” purchased, $1 will be donated to the Mobile USO program, up to $35,000! Also during this period, with a purchase of an adult entrée, kids 10 and under eat free at all participating locations (see details below).
“We are excited about the Iron Skillet® Restaurants promotion to benefit the troops through our Mobile USO program,” said Sloan Gibson, the USO’s president and CEO. “We appreciate their commitment to connecting the nation to our mission of serving the troops and their families.”
Since 2007, the Mobile USO program has supported troops serving in remote and isolated areas throughout the U.S., these vehicles offer a comfortable place where service members can relax and connect online with family and friends during their downtime. Each Mobile USO is outfitted with laptops, refrigerators, microwaves, high definition televisions, video game consoles, Wi-Fi access and comfortable seating.
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