Free Bed and Breakfast or Inn Stay for Military Veterans and Guest in Canada and U.S.
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Free Bed and Breakfast or Inn Stay for Military Veterans and Guest in Canada and U.S.

Posted on Wednesday, September 28th, 2011 at 5:12 pm
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In celebration of former servicemen and women from the U.S. and Canada hundreds of Inns and B&Bs throughout North America will be offering free stay  to retired military and vets in addition to one guest. On Thursday November 10th Inns and B&Bs will be offering a free stay as a small symbol of thanks. If you qualify for this free stay register ahead of time and reserve space while it’s still available.When deciding where to stay remember to check if your desired Inn or Bed and Breakfast is participating in the B&Bs for Vets promotion. If you’re staying in the U.S. use this link. If you’ll be in Canada check out this link. When reserving a room contact the Inn or Bed and Breakfast directly. Although the stay  is complimentary you may be asked to provide a credit card number and military identification.

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