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March 14, 2013

‘Salad Wednesday’ savings at D-M Exchange restaurants

Wednesdays are now something to look forward to as Army & Air Force Exchange Service restaurants are offering $2 off any salad priced $4 or more on what is becoming known as “Salad Wednesdays.”

Now, when picking up a salad at Burger King, Taco John’s, Charley’s and Anthony’s Pizza on Wednesdays, guests can save money and eat nutritionally at the same time.

“Not only can you eat healthy, but you’ll get more bang for your buck,” said the Davis-Monthan Exchange General Manager Cathy J. Ely. “Beyond the $2 savings on Wednesday salad orders, guests save an additional 10% when paying with a MILITARY STAR® card or Exchange gift card.”

“Salad Wednesdays” are part of the Exchange’s Operation BEFIT initiative to promote health and wellness through fitness and diet.




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