DALLAS – Better for you, better for your wallet—the military community can save money while making healthy eating choices every Wednesday at Army & Air Force Exchange Service restaurants.
Exchange diners save $2 on all salads priced $4 or more each Wednesday at any Exchange direct-operated restaurant. Diners can save an additional 10% when using their MILITARY STAR card.
“The Exchange is committed to helping the military community stay fit to fight,” said Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Kevin Osby, the Exchange’s senior enlisted advisor. “Saving with Salad Wednesdays makes it easier to choose better-for-you options.”
The Exchange is a partner in the Healthy Army Communities and Air Force Smart Fueling initiatives under the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Operation Live Well. All Exchange restaurants offer better-for-you menu choices to support Warfighters’ readiness and resiliency.
Healthy dining choices are part of the Exchange’s BE FIT program, which takes a holistic approach to the military community’s well-being, including offering fitness equipment and gear, wellness services, live virtual workouts and more. Visit ShopMyExchange.com/befit for more information.