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Burger King offers free meals, Kohl’s closes, Texas Roadhouse reopens as Curbside

While the business world continues to wrap its head around a nation that grinds to a halt, Burger King has stepped up during this pandemic to offer 2 free kids meals with any meal purchase during the COVID-19 crisis. The company announced that starting next week; kids’ meals will be free for parents to ease a feeding crisis in the nation. The offer will only be available via the Burger King App where you’ll find a coupon. Offer valid one time per guest through April 6th.

KOHLS announced late last night the retailer will shut down operations during the COVID-19 pandemic and reopen once the crisis has been averted.

Kent Taylor, Founder & CEO of Texas Roadhouse announced the company will offer To-Go and Curbside services along with turning a few locations into temporary drive-thrus to serve the regular menu. Family Value Packs will be offered soon

“We will never take your trust for granted and, remember, local communities across America will be stronger on the other side of this crisis,” Taylor says in the letter. “We are open for business and still serving America even though many of our dining rooms are temporarily closed.”

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