Veterans Day is Friday, November 11th, and our sister company, The Made In America Store, is hosting events and promotions all weekend long!
Veterans Day is a federal holiday that is recognized all over the United States of America as a day that we honor and thank the brave men and women who served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Although the Made In America Store makes an effort to treat each and every day as Veterans Day, November 11th is dedicated to just that.
The Made In America Store offers all active duty military and veterans a 10% off discount on their entire order everyday – But on Veterans Day, that discount is increased to 20% off the entire order, both in-store and online!
“It’s the least we can do for the men and women who sacrificed their time for our freedom. It’s our little thank you and reminder that veterans are always in our thoughts.”Mark Andol
Chiavetta’s Drive-Thru Chicken BBQ Pop Up
Chiavetta’s will be setting up a drive-thru pop up at the Made In America Store’s flagship location at 1000 West Maple Court in Elma, NY, on Veterans Day from noon to 6 p.m.! A portion of the proceeds of every chicken BBQ sold will be donated to the Buffalo-Niagara Honor Flight, a non-profit organization that sends our veterans to their memorials in Washington D.C., FREE OF CHARGE!
ConnectLife Blood Drive
ConnectLife will be sending their mobile blood donation bus to our flagship Made In America Store at 1000 West Maple Court on Veterans Day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.! This time, every person that donates blood will receive 2 Buffalo Sabres tickets and a $10 gift card to the Made In America Store!
ConnectLife is a local non-profit that takes blood donations and keeps everything local. This way, you know your donation is assisting someone in the Buffalo community!
Iroquios Foundation 4-Miler
On Sunday, November 13th, the Iroquois Foundation will be hosting their annual 4-miler run that takes its participants through Elma, NY, and ends at the Made In America Store – Stop by and help us salute our veterans! Mister’s Food Truck will be on site after the race.
The Iroquois Foundation began this race to honor the four Iroquois High School graduates killed in action during their military service. They are PFC Milton Snow, SP4 Eric Jednat, CWO Edward Shanahan and Sgt. Mark Rademacher.