Sakina Halal Grill in Washington, DC Starts Offering Discounts to American Veterans Committee Members

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 WASHINGTON, DC – 1 May 2017, American Veterans Committee is pleased to announce a partnership today with Sakina Halal Grill in Washington, D.C. Sakina Halal Grill will offer a 10% discount to Veterans of the US Armed Forces who are members of American Veterans Committee. Last year, American Veterans Committee started partnering with restaurants around the country that are willing to offer discounts to veterans who are members of American Veterans Committee.

Veterans and active duty military members who are not members of American Veterans Committee can join FREE online and take advantage of the discount.  The process only takes 10 seconds through our website which is mobile friendly: (http://americanveteranscommittee.org/join).

Sakina Halal Grill’s owner Kazi Mannan, an immigrant from Pakistan said “we can never do enough to thank those who have served America in uniform. We salute them for their service and would be honored if they dine at Sakina Halal Grill. We will offer them the discount all day, everyday.” The restaurant is not only providing discounts to Veterans, but also gave away more than 6000 meals to the homeless in 2016 and continues to offer free meals to the homeless.

American Veterans Committee President Saif Khan, who serves on the Mayor’s Advisory Board for Washington, DC Veterans Affairs applauded the partnership and thanked Mr. Mannan for supporting our veterans by offering discounts.   Mr. Khan an immigrant himself said “ Mr. Mannan is a great American. We can’t thank him enough for not only offering discounts to American Veterans Committee members, but also offering thousands of free meals to the homeless in the DC area, a lot of whom are veterans.”

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