Olive Garden Delivers Lunch to Those Who "Labor" on Labor Day

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Hundreds of local fire stations and police departments throughout the country will receive a Hospitaliano! lunch from Olive Garden.

Hundreds of local fire stations and police departments throughout the country will receive a Hospitaliano! lunch from Olive Garden.

WHO:

Fire stations and police departments identified in advance by their local Olive Garden.

WHAT:

Will be served a Hospitaliano! “thank you” lunch delivered by Olive Garden for their dedicated service to the community on Labor Day and throughout the year.

WHEN & WHERE:

Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 4

Time and location vary in each market. Contact your local Olive Garden manager for more details. Visit http://www.olivegarden.com for the closest restaurant and general manager’s name.

VISUALS:    

(1) Olive Garden leaving the restaurant with food delivery

(2) Arriving and walking into the fire station or police department

(3) Serving firefighters and police officers a lunch of salad, lasagna, spaghetti, breadsticks and tiramisu

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Olive Garden’s 576 restaurants across the United States will serve and honor firefighters and police officers (identified by the restaurants in advance) who labor on a day when many of us rest.

This is the fifth consecutive year Olive Garden has coordinated a national Hospitaliano! lunch program with all U.S. restaurants serving their communities on the same day.

For location details, contact your local Olive Garden.

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Laura Davis
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