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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! To celebrate Armed Forces Day on Sunday, June 26, Tesco is giving away almost 200,000 free hot breakfasts across its cafes in the UK to members of the Armed Forces. In a bid to show support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community, the supermarket giant will be serving all Armed Forces personnel - around 159,000 regulars and 32,000 reservists - a free full meal. They can pick from a cooked breakfast, vegan cooked breakfast, sausage bap or bacon bap. Members can show their MOD90 identification card at any of Tesco's 295 cafes across the country to redeem their free breakfast, which is limited to one free breakfast per cardholder, Hull Live reports. Chair of the Armed Forces Network at Tesco, Rhys Little, said: “We've got a long history of getting behind those who have been in the forces.
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