TravelCenters of America, part of the BP family of brands, is continuing its tradition of honoring veterans and armed forces members throughout November at TA, Petro, and TA Express locations nationwide. The company is hosting its annual round-up campaign through the month of November, supporting the Special Operators Transition Foundation (SOTF), a nonprofit focused on successfully transitioning veterans into their next career.
Customers at participating locations will have the opportunity to round up their purchase to the nearest dollar amount, with the difference donated directly to SOTF.
“The enormous impact of these courageous individuals will always be recognized within our organization,” said Debi Boffa, CEO of TA. “Last year, TA was able to help over 200 special operations veterans through our nationwide round up campaign. We hope to surpass that number this year with the help of our passionate team members and generous guests. Thank you to all who have dedicated their lives to protecting others.”
Additionally, TA is inviting active-duty military, veterans and reservists to enjoy a complimentary meal at participating quick-service or full-service restaurants on Veteran’s Day, November 11. Proof of service can include a uniformed services ID card, a current Leave and Earnings Statement (LES), veterans’ organization membership card, photograph in uniform, DD214 form, a citation or commendation.
The Pilot Company is also supporting veterans this month in honor of Veteran’s Day. The company is offering military service members and their families a complimentary meal at over 750 participating Pilot, Flying J and One9 Fuel Network travel centers nationwide.
Pilot is also inviting guests to round up and raise funds for the Call of Duty Endowment, a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting veterans in transitioning to successful civilian careers post-military service. The round-up campaign is running through November 12 and invites visitors to round up purchases to the nearest dollar. Pilot Company will donate 100% of the proceeds directly to the Call of Duty Endowment. The company aims to raise $1 million and will match donations up to $100,000 to help the Call of Duty Endowment place more than 1,600 service members and their families into successful careers.
Casey’s has dedicated the month of November to showing gratitude for the service and sacrifice of United States veterans and active-duty service members. From now until November 28, Casey’s is inviting customers to round up their in-store purchases to benefit two organizations that provide assistance and support to military veterans and their families: Hope For The Warriors and Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation.