Politicians Gotta Eat Too - Voters Eat Free

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Free food is cooking for today for the day after Election Day 2012 at LeGrand's Steak and Seafood.

LeGrand's Steak and Seafood do their part for voters

Voting is a privilege in our county that privilege shouldn't be taken lightly

Free food is cooking today for voters. A new Jacksonville, Florida restaurant, LeGrands Steak and Seafood, is providing a free entree today, November 7th to all those who voted on Election Day 2012.

Voters can visit the restaurant on a first come first serve basis today, November 7th from 5:00 PM until 10:00 PM to receive their free entree. Voters simply show their server their "I Voted" sticker of voters registration card. LeGrand's is providing a limited menu but voters may order additional items off the main menus at regular prices. Visit http://legrandssteakandseafood.com/ for a complete menus and more details.

"Voting is a privilege in our country," says Ron LeGrand, the company manager. "That privilege shouldn't be taken lightly. Rewarding those who took advantage of their American duty by voting for the next president seems proper.".

LeGrand's provides seating for 160 along with and outside patio and full service bar. They are expecting to be full so voters are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy a cocktail while they wait. " We are excited to see everyone tonight as we celebrate another Election Day Victory," say Ron.

LeGrands is locates at I-295 and 11290 Old St. Augustine Road in Mandarin, Jacksonville, Florida. You can call 904-292-1733 for a recorded massage with all the details or visit http://legrandssteakandseafood.com/. Sorry, no reservations on this night.

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