“I belong to the biggest fraternity in the world, the US military. I can go to any bar, almost anywhere in the world, and I can usually find a vet. That is what this sailor said to me at a bar after I told him I was rushing for a fraternity,” USAF veteran Cory Adams recounts.
“It’s kind of a cliché, but it really is true. Everywhere I go I can usually find a fellow former service member and it’s easy to make Antonio.”
Local restaurants, discount retailers, hardware stores, shoe stores, barber shops, salons and sporting goods stores are just some of the places offering deals for vets.
“I plan to find all the restaurants that are offering free food to vets and eat for free all day,” said USMC veteran and senior political science major, Trevor Whitney. “I call it my ‘tour de force.’ I think it is great that businesses show appreciation to returning service members when a generation ago, they were spit