Olive Garden delivers lunch to first responders with 17th annual Labor Day tradition

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CHARELSTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Since 2002, Olive Garden has served more than 12,000 meals to first responders on Labor Day, and this year is no different, according to the news release. 

On Labor Day, all of Olive Garden’s restaurants nationwide will demonstrate the brand’s spirit of Italian generosity for the 17th consecutive year by delivering a free “thank you” lunch to a first responder organization in their community as a way to give back to those who protect and serve each and every day. 

First responders will enjoy guest-favorite combinations like Fettuccine Alfredo and Spaghetti and Meatballs, officials stated.

Of course, every meal will include Olive Garden’s iconic salad and breadsticks. 

 

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