BUFFALO, N.Y. (RELEASE) - Delta Sonic Car Wash, in an effort to honor the men and womenwho have served our country, is offering free car washes to allmilitary veterans on Wednesday, November 11.
Veterans simply need to inform a car wash cashier that they area veteran and they will receive their free wash.
Delta Sonic believes that it is important to remember those whohave served our country and want to emphasize the importance ofsupport for Veterans.
“We hope to make this an annual program where we can showour support for armed forces personnel and reward all Veterans fortheir service” said Kim Canna, Director of Marketing.
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