Taziki's Honors Emergency Personnel on Patriot Day

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Military, police, fire and EMTs eat free September 11, 2013 at Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe.

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“We want to observe Patriot Day by letting the people we count on to keep us safe know how much we appreciate the job they do,” said Tommy Keet, president of JTJ Restaurants LLC.

As America remembers those who died during the tragic terrorist attacks on our country, the owners and staff of Taziki’s Mediterranean Café wish to thank the men and women of Arkansas whose job it is to respond to life-threatening emergencies.

On Wednesday, Sept. 11, active military personnel, police officers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians are invited to enjoy a complimentary meal at Taziki’s.

“We want to observe Patriot Day by letting the people we count on to keep us safe know how much we appreciate the job they do,” said Tommy Keet, president of JTJ Restaurants LLC. “All they need to do is visit any Taziki’s restaurant on Sept.11 in uniform or with an official ID badge and we will be honored to serve them a great meal, on the house.”

Tommy Keet, brother Jake Keet and their father, Jim Keet, operate four Taziki’s locations in Arkansas: 8200 Cantrell Road and 12800 Chenal Parkway in Little Rock, 724 Oak St. in Conway, and 95 E. Joyce Blvd. in Fayetteville. Hours on Wednesday are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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