Village Inn's 'Serving those who serve us' campaign kicks off - Tucson News Now

Village Inn's 'Serving those who serve us' campaign kicks off

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

This holiday season, Village Inn is recognizing first responders who serve the community and cannot be home for the holidays. Whether it's a doctor or nurse on call, a firefighter working on Christmas Eve, a police officer on duty Thanksgiving night, or an EMT out on New Years Eve - Village Inn wants to make sure they still have a sweet and happy holiday.

With Serving Those Who Serve Us, Village Inn will honor these heroes in the community who unfailingly serve others, even on the holidays. They will be selecting nominees throughout the holiday season from participating Village Inn markets.  Make sure to get those nominations in as soon as possible.

Selected heroes will get to enjoy the ‘Best Pie in America' by receiving a dozen free whole pies to enjoy and share with colleagues this holiday season. Please help by sharing their stories.

Go online to http://www.villageinn.com/servingthosewhoserveus/ and nominate local first responders.  Or go to the Village Inn Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/villageinnrestaurants for the link to the nomination application.

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